What every woman ought to know before surgery using gynecological mesh

Gynecological mesh: The medical device that has 100,000 women suing A common surgical implant has generated the largest multi-district litigation since asbestos. 60 Minutes reports on one of the device’s manufacturers, Boston Scientific, now facing 48,000 lawsuits by Scott Pelley CBS 60 Minutes   There is tremendous controversy about a surgical device implanted in more than two million American women.… Read more →

How To Get Enough Protein Without Eating Meat

What is that “Something’s Missing” Feeling Really Telling You? by Michael King The subject of “getting enough protein” is probably the most over-rated piece of misinformation put out by the American Medical Association and the meat & dairy industries. Many health foodists, vegetarians & omnivores alike, have mistakenly attributed that “low energy feeling” to a low protein sign. The typical… Read more →

BLOATING & GAS PRODUCTION: What every hernia sufferer need to know about methanogens

Methanogens: The Bloating Root Cause You Haven’t Heard of (and a New Solution for SIBO) by STEVEN WRIGHT SCDLifestyle.com Bloating… that enormous feeling of pressure like someone just blew up your abdomen with an air pump… and now your pants have shrunk two sizes. Or maybe it’s that feeling of fullness like you’re dragging around an extra tire everywhere you… Read more →

HERNIA MESH SIDE EFFECTS

ClassAction.com   Hernias can leave the sufferer with persistent pain, but for some patients, undergoing laparoscopic hernia repair surgery wasn’t the solution they were hoping for. Surgeons often implant surgical mesh to support the weakened tissue that caused the hernia. Hernia mesh can be absorbable and dissolve in the body over time, or nonabsorbable and remain indefinitely. The device is either made… Read more →

2 Major Problems With Mesh: Chronic Abdominal Pain & Mesh Erosion Into Cecum

Ann Gastroenterol. 2011; 24(4): 321–324. PMCID: PMC3959323 Chronic abdominal pain secondary to mesh erosion into cecum following incisional hernia repair: a case report and literature review Divyangkumar Gandhi, Szember Marcin, Zhang Xin, Bale Asha, Dharmesh Kaswala, and Brelvi Zamir Author information ► Article notes ► Copyright and License information ► This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Go to: Abstract Incisional hernias following abdominal operations are a common complication. Mesh is… Read more →

Hernia Mesh Felt Like ‘scratching from inside’

NHS hernia mesh repairs ‘leaving patients in chronic pain’ By Anna Collinson Reporter, Victoria Derbyshire programme BBC     NHS England is using mesh to repair hernias which leaves many patients in chronic pain, surgeons have told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme. The concerns come after it emerged that more than 800 women are taking legal action against the NHS over the… Read more →

Fennel Congee & Tea: Food Medicine for Healing Hernias

Fennel Congee Tea posted by CHEF GINA NOVEMBER 10,2014 in TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE Congee is a slow-cooked rice porridge used in Chinese culture and medicine as a healing food… and it is also known as “breakfast”. 🙂 Slow cooked rice is easily digested and serves as a vehicle for any other nutrients cooked with it. Rice is used in this way to increase bioavailablity for the… Read more →