About Me: Female, 40, Winchester, KY, member since Jan 2012
I have 3 wonderful children ages 5, 2 and 1. After my last child, I was diagnosed with a rather large ventral hernia, a small umbilical hernia and rectus diastasis. I seeking to become informed about my treatment/repair options for the hernia and rectus diastasis.
"Hi, I am new to this forum. But it seems that we are all dealing with the same sort of problem. Currently I am trying to decide how to go about scheduling the repair of my ventral hernia and diastasis. Since it seems not insurance com..."
"I am very interested in your story...as I am in the same boat now and have been frantically trying to research all about this procedure and the cost (and risks). Very curious....did insurance ever pay for any of the repair or tuck?
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