Abdul Goni Herniotomy With Herniorrhaphy Surgery Recipient of July, 2010

Couple of years ago, retired, Mr. Abdul Goni, was diagnosed with direct inguinal hernia by his doctor. He was suffering from the most serious complication of an inguinal hernia where a loop of intestine became trapped in the weak point in the abdominal wall . This did obstruct his bowel, leading to severe pain, nausea, vomiting and the inability to have a regular bowel movement. In this stage he needed a surgery very badly. As a retired person, Mr. Goni could hardly manage his day to day living. Having a surgery was not feasible for him.

Mr. Abdul Goni, Retired, diagnosed with Direct Hernia, on 07/28/2010 got Herniotomy with Herniorrhaphy surgery. Patient of July, 2010,
Mr. Goni got Herniotomy with Herniorrhaphy surgery.

His doctor told him that his hernia was so severe, it could also diminish blood flow to the trapped portion of the intestine and he needed an immediate surgery. On 07/28/2010 Mr. Goni finally got Herniotomy with Herniorrhaphy surgery. The finance of his surgery was provided by the nonprofit organization, Touching Souls International.
The direct inguinal hernia occurs slightly to the inside of the site of the indirect hernia, in an area where the abdominal wall is naturally slightly thinner. It rarely will protrude into the scrotum. Unlike the indirect hernia, which can occur at any age, the direct hernia tends to occur in the middle-aged and elderly because their abdominal walls weaken as they age.

In many people, the abdominal wall weakness that leads to an inguinal hernia occurs at birth when the abdominal lining (peritoneum) doesn’t close properly. Other inguinal hernias develop later in life when muscles weaken or deteriorate due to factors such as aging, strenuous physical activity or coughing that accompanies smoking

Men are more likely to have an inherent weakness along the inguinal canal because of the way males develop in the womb
Other risk factors include:

* Family history
* Certain medical conditions like cystic fibrosis
* Chronic cough.
* Chronic constipation
* Excess weight
* Pregnancy
* Certain occupations. Having a job that requires standing for long periods or doing heavy physical labor increases the risk of developing an inguinal hernia.
* Premature birth
* History of hernias

Touching Souls International, a nonprofit organization provides 12 free surgical operations per month on Hydrosil, Hernia, Piles, Tumor, Clubfoot and Hysterectomy at Nurture General Hospital by hired Surgeons & Anesthetists and Nurture’s operation theater, Hospital facilities, Nurses & other paramedics and free beds. These surgeries are given to the patients, who can not otherwise afford to have one.

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