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When to call my herniologist after a surgery?


When should I call my doctor or my herniolog?


Rare but worrying symptoms are:


  • Persistently elevated body temperature over 38 C
  • Fever
  • Constant, increasing and unresponsive to analgetics pain in the area of the hernia surgery.
  • Bleeding from the hernia surgery place.
  • Discharge or pus from the hernia surgery place.
  • Increasing redness and inflammation around the place of the hernia surgery
  • Increasing swelling of the abdomen or in the area of the hernia surgery.
  • Constant and increasing nausea and vomiting.
  • Difficult or inability of urination.
  • Persistent cough and difficulty breathing.
  • Inability to eat and drink fluids.
  • Increasing swelling and tenderness of the limbs.

A telephone connection with your herniolog will be provided for the recovery period.

We welcome remote contact for annual monitoring and reporting of a hernia surgery results.


If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask!

Dr. Lyutskanov Tel: +359 888 643 153