Recovery for open inguinal hernia repair surgery takes up to three weeks, but recovery for laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair surgery takes up to two weeks, according to WebMD. Laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery offer... More »

Inguinal hernias, or hernias in the groin, do not require surgical intervention and can be clinically managed in males if they do not cause pain or discomfort. One clinical study reported by Fox News showed a group of me... More »

The recovery period for hiatal hernia surgery is two to three weeks with laparoscopic surgery and four to six weeks with open surgery, according to Aria Health. Patients who go through the laparoscopic surgery normally s... More »

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For an open inguinal hernia repair, the recovery time and a return to light activity is about three weeks, says WebMD. A laparoscopic hernia repair takes about one to two weeks for recovery and a return to light activity... More »

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The average recovery time for inguinal hernia surgery is about three weeks, according to WebMD. At this point, most people are ready to undertake their basic easy daily routines; however, they should postpone painful or ... More »

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The recovery time for open inguinal hernia surgery, or groin hernia surgery, is around three weeks, according to WebMD. Most people undergoing this hernia surgery are able to leave the hospital the same day and resume li... More »

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The expected recovery time after hiatal hernia surgery is approximately two to three weeks, as stated by WebMD. Most people are able to resume their normal activities within a week. Patients are discouraged from lifting ... More »