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New Inguinal Hernia Repair Without Mesh

by VR Sreeraman on  September 4, 2007 at 3:10 PM General Health News   - G J E 4
New Inguinal Hernia Repair Without Mesh
Hernia Expert Dr. Mohan Desarda Feliciated in World Congress Dr. Mohan Desarda a famous city based senior hernia surgeon is felicitated in the world congress of the Medicina Alternativa. He was given a "Special Silver Jubilee Award" on this occasion. Delegates from 23 countries from all over the world attended this world congress held in the Russian Culture House at Peddar Road Mumbai from 18 to 20th of January 2002.
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The original research on the groin hernia operation by Dr.Desarda which is acclaimed internationally prompted the organizer to invite Dr.Desarda for this award and felicitation. This award was given to Dr.Desarda at the hands of His Highness Yuvaraj Shri Digvijaysingji and in the presence of the Director Head of the Zorostrian College Dr.Mrs. Meher Moose. Dr. Desarda delivered a lecture cum slide show of the Hernia disease on this occasion and also showed a videocassette of his new operation technique for groin hernia.

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Dr. Desarda has developed a novel and cost effective technique of operating on the groin hernias because the traditionally done operations has much higher failure rate and patient is again put to mental and economical strains due to reappearance of hernia in spite of operation.

Use of mesh in hernia operation is costly and leads to much higher incidence of chronic groin pain than reported. Mesh is also not available in many parts of the country. "My operation is simple and patient goes home in a day and can start working normally in a week. It does not require any imported expensive material like mesh and can be done by any general surgeon without any expertise.

I have operated up on more than 500 cases of hernias which has shown virtually zero failure rate." Dr. Mohan Desarda has explained to the reporter. This operation now called as " Dr.Desarda`s Repair" is being followed in big and small hospitals of many cities all over the country. Dr.Mohan Desarda has visited to some medical institutions and hospitals in India as well as abroad on invitation from them and demonstrated his operation technique to the local doctors through video demonstration and gave information about the simplicity and success of his new technique.

"Dr Desarda said that Groin Hernia is a very common disease and can affect at any age. In this a balloon type swelling appears in the groin below the skin. Abdominal contents like intestines or omentum keeps on sliding in this sac. But sometimes those intestines get obstructed in the sac and disease becomes serious and urgent operation is needed. There is no medicinal treatment available and only operation can cure the disease.

In my operation this sac is excised and then a strip is separated from a local strong muscle. Hernia takes place because the tissues behind the hernia go weak. This separated strong strip is sutured on this weak area so that this weak area gets a new support of natural and pure tissue instead of an outside and artificial material like mesh. Surgeons all over the world are again inclined to do pure body tissue repair rather than using a foreign body like mesh.

Dr.Desarda was quite famous right from his college days for his brilliant academic record and leadership in those days. He is a national scholar and he has many gold medals and prizes to his credit. Dr.Desarda has intentions of establishing an ultra modern " Hernia Centre" where patients will get finest treatment for all types of hernias.

Some such centers are already functioning abroad. Dr.Mohan Desarda is attached as Honorary Consultant General Surgeon to the Poona Hospital & Research Centre as Professor of Surgery. Interested patients and doctors may write at: 18 Vishwalaxmi Hsg. Society Kothrud Pune-411029 or email at: desarda@gmail.com or desarda@hotmail.com Tel:+91(0)9373322178

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I am 36. I have an incsional hernia from having my spleen removed. It has been a year now. At this time I am having constipation quite a bit and it is causing the hernia [which is around my navel area and right under my stomach]. When really constipated, my hernia area becomes Super hard. When I eat, I can't eat much without the pressure of being full causes severe pain. I have had mesh from a previous groin hernia which had to be removed because of an abcess. Now I am scared and have no idea what to do, but this hernia gets so hard I am scared it will burst If I do not, do something soon! HELP!!!!
michelle1942 Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Our research is about inguinal hernias
desarda Sunday, September 15, 2013
I am 30yr old fe suffering from left sided inguinal hernia. Having pain very occassionally but have bit of flatulance. Planning for marriage and child soon. Can I plan all this with hernia or is it must that I should get it repaired.
jenniea Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Better get operated.
desarda Sunday, September 15, 2013
Dear sir Please can you refer to an inguinal hernia surgery centre in Europe where I could get operated [male 63, athletic]I've heard you had demonstrated your no mesh technique in Poland but I can't find any address and I am asking for your help to find a nearest contact (address, phone, mail and surgeon's name if possible) I am from Slovenija. I admire your achievement and I am amazed why such an quantum lap in the field of hernia surgery is not widely accepted. Best regards D.L.
Knight Thursday, January 5, 2012
Better get operated
desarda Sunday, September 15, 2013
I just had my right side inguinal hernia operation without mesh; here in Santiago/Chile. They put the nerves of my lower body asleep by two injection into my back [near the spine]and now the doctor told me he "attached it to the muscle". I didn't quite understand what has been done. I hope it will last. Now I feel something hard along the sewn up cut and my sex organs got darker in color. I hope that's all "normal".
JohDri Sunday, April 17, 2011
Please let me know where in the United States do they use this non mesh procedure. Please Help !!
caneman Friday, March 19, 2010
I would also like to know if any surgeon in the U.S. uses Dr. Desardas' method? Thank you for a reply.

Hoffy

hoffy Monday, April 12, 2010
Dear Hoffy, Sorry for delay in responding to your post. The list of surgeons operating by our technique from USA and many other countries is displayed
desarda Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Dear Dr. Desarda, Please snd me a list of U.S. surgeons. I cannot see the displayed list you sent Hoffy below. I live in the state of New Jersey, but I will travel out of state to receive this procedure without a mesh. Thank you, Rolando
rgorostiza Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Where can we find this list??
Alen- Tuesday, November 15, 2011
I have had 3 repairs with mesh from the right side and two on the left. I never had a bulge on the right side but just pain. Every time they go in, they had discovered a small to medium inguinal hernia. Will Desarda's repair work if theytake out the mesh? I understand mesh causes problems. I think the doctors know it but for some reason are not doing anything. Mesh is a quick way to make money.
FredC Saturday, February 27, 2010
I am glad to see that they are making improvements in this field. Previously, the abdomen was pretty much considered no-mans land and doctors did not have the knowledge or instruments they have today. There is such a complex anatomy in that region and there are still pathologies associated with it that are largely unexplained. I have been dealing with varicocelle which sucks, I feel it constantly.

Id like to make a comment on the above article, be sure that before you go for surgery that you get a very good diagnosis from a specialist. It is easy for them to misdiagnose due to the complex nature of the anatomy in the region. Sometimes groin and lower back pain is not in fact related to a hernia, it could be pubalgia, if you are athletic this may be something you are dealing with. Its usually caused by a hyper-extension and/or tear of the abdominal aponeurosis. But due to its proximity to the inguinal region it can refer pain to the lower back, abdomen as well as the testicles.

I1580918 Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Dr. I've had hernia operations on both sides, three times on the right side and two times on the left side. The left side is out again. I have very little problem with it but have been thinking about having it fixed again. the problen is which type operation should I have done. I do not know if they used a mesh and if I have it repaired is it inportant to have the mesh removed. Plus I have noticed my penis size seem to have gotten shorter by at least 1 inch an it was short enough before the operation. When they're doing the operation is there something they can do to bring my penis back to its normal size again. My age is 67. I have a mechanical heart valve and I'm on Warfarin. Any an all help would be greatly appreciated.
Larry

LarryP Thursday, February 4, 2010
I am 28 years old and am a very active person, fitness-wise I do gym, play basketball. 5 years before, on my left side, I had a repaired inguinal hernia with traditional tension method and my full recovery in last 8 months, before I started training. Now I have a hernia on my opposite, the right side. Dr Desarda's repair is my choice but I'm from Macedonia, Europe. Where in Europe can I get this operation performed. Thanks, please forward. Dr.Desarda is a genius.
guest Wednesday, January 20, 2010
I am 55 years old with diabetes & inguinal hernia. Don't want hernia repair with mesh. Can your new method without mesh be used on me?
guest Thursday, January 14, 2010
U may try acupressure techniques for Ur twin problems of diabetes and hernia.
guest Friday, January 15, 2010

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