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Hernia's > Should Hernias be operated on?

When you suspect or know that you have a Hernia and have visited a general practitioner or specialist who has confirmed the diagnosis, surgery may be recommended to you. While surgery is not always immediately required, the vast majority of Hernia’s do end up being operated on. Prompt surgical intervention is generally the best course of action to prevent complications before they develop.

Having surgery is very safe and recovery is excellent, however with any surgery there are always possible risks that you should discuss with your doctor.

If you would like to discuss your case or ask a question please use our online form and submit an enquiry. We will endeavour to answer your questions as quickly as possible.

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