How Much Does Inguinal Hernia Surgery Cost?

An inguinal hernia, also known as a groin hernia, will occur when the tissue pushes through a weak spot inside of your groin muscle.  This, in turn, causes a bulge in the groin or labia, causing either a burning-like sensation or no pain at all.  About 70 percent of hernias that occur will be in the groin.

If you were to experience a hernia, they do not go away on its own, and only surgery will be able to repair it.  While some can delay the surgery, the hernia will get bigger as the muscle wall of the belly gets weaker and more tissue will bulge through.  Most doctors, according to Cigna, will recommend this surgery because it can prevent serious problems in the future.

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Average Reported Cost: $13700

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  1. Ron (Denver,  Colorado) paid $3500 and said:

    Doctor found a second hernia during my repair. Originally was $2,000 quote but was charged $3,500. Went great!

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Lisa (Detroit,  Michigan) paid $800 and said:

    Didn’t require surgery since hernia was so small so doctor recommended a mesh. He put in a few stitches and required few days off work. This was price I paid after my insurance kicked in. Originally quoted $5K for a mesh!

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. Nicole (Los Angeles,  California) paid $28000 and said:

    Seriously! Must be the highest paid price in the world.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  4. Pete (Phoenix,  Arizona) paid $22500 and said:

    Total was close to $23,000 but Blue Cross kicked in and paid about $4,000. This was for facility, anesthesiologist and surgeon fee.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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