The development of a hernia may be preceded by anything that increases the pressure inside the abdomen, such as coughing, straining when opening bowels or passing urine, vomiting or lifting.
The only way to repair a hernia is with surgery. This can be performed with either open or laparoscopic surgery. The most suitable approach depends upon the hernia, your other medical conditions and any previous surgery. However, not all hernias need surgery immediately. If a hernia is small in size, and if it doesn’t cause much discomfort or pain then sometimes it is reasonable not to perform surgery. However, it is essential to carefully observe any change in size. If the hernia is causing pain, increasing in size or causing blockages of the bowel then you should consult a doctor and have it fixed.
There are trained surgeons in Sydney Australia capable of such a complex operation.For more information you can visit Hernia surgery Sydney.