It would be best to get seen by your operating doctor. Many people complain of chronic pain after a hernia surgery. It is due to entrapment of the ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric or genital branch of the genitofemoral nerve either in the sutures, mesh or scar tissue. Mesh placement usually negatively impacts the genital branch of the genito-femoral nerve. The mesh shrinks excessively, scars and retracts away from the host tissue. In such cases mesh removal and venorrhaphy may help. Treatment options vary depending upon the nature of the pain and the physical findings. It is best to clarify all your doubts. Do keep us posted.
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