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I had an abdominal hernia and the surgery report stated "the rectus muscles were found to be avulsed from their tendinous insertion”. My Dr. told me that my abdominals appeared very thin and weak. This was all in addition to a uterine rupture and bladder laceration. I think that hernia didn’t heal correct after surgery.
I do not have excess skin or fat that needs to be removed, but I have problems with muscles. Can plastic surgery do for me that my surgeon couldn't fix at the time? Thank you.

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Abdominal hernias or weaknesses in the abdominal wall play an important role in the shape of the abdomen. I had same problem after my second delivery my hernia did not heal correctly after surgery and I had problems for months after. My muscles were damaged during delivery too.
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