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Hello.... I had recently had an open Nephrectomy on my right side.  I had a tumor in my kidney that had to be removed.  It came back benign.  My problem now is constant pain so much that I can not function.  I had a CT scan done and it showed a large hernia.  It also showed nerve damage.  The doctors say they won't operate because of the nerve damage.  So my question is can they fix the hernia with the nerve damage or will I have this very large bulge and pain  for the rest of my life.  And exactly why can't they fix the hernia with the nerve damage?  Please desperate!!!!
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