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Hernia patients who opt for laproscopic surgery only require a few tiny incisions and get up and around faster. (it’s a minimally invasive procedure in which thin tubes equipped with tiny cameras are inserted into the body through a small incision, allowing the surgeon to see inside the patient’s body.) But they also need to be put to sleep for the procedure, which involves a slightly higher risk of damage to other organs. If you think you have a hernia, see a doctor soon. But don’t assume you’ll need surgery.
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