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Hernias and Golf.

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I had Major surgery last year and this year about 3 weeks ago i developed a rather large incisional hernia.  It doesn't hurt at all when I play golf but boy do I feel it afterwards.  I am having surgey next week.  I was wondering if any of you had experience with a hernia and how it affected your game at all?


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