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Hernia in 14 yr old child - please help

My son is having right side inguinal hernia for 2 years now, where the intestines get pushed out into the scrotum. Can this type of hernia be cured by homeopathy or any other alternative treatment. All advise and help is apreciated. If yes, can you please recommend the remedy to use. The western doctors do not have any solution except surgery.
 
  suna711 on 2010-05-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I note that you have already consulted your doctors and that they have advised surgery but you would prefer to use a homeopathic remedy.

As far as I am aware there is no known Homeopathic remedy that can be used which can replace Surgery and you do not have to be unduly concerned as today it does not involve any stay in hospital as they now use the Polypropylene Mesh technique which in the hands of a competent surgeon is very safe in comparison to the older technique which involved the patient spending some time in hospital and is accompanied by a recovery time of about 3 weeks.

Please visit the link below for information on Hernia Repair:

http://www.hernia.org/
 
Joe De Livera 9 years ago
Surgery for hernia doesn't involve removal of organs. It is only a matter of pushing the displaced organs into place and preventing them from protruding again.

I agree with Joe that surgical procedure is the best option.

Murthy
 
gavinimurthy 9 years ago

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