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Abstract: Inguinodynia is persistence of pain for more than 3 months after inguinal hernia operation. Chronic pain may be associated with hyperesthesia or hypoesthesia. This pain may be mild, moderate or severe. Inguinodynia may even effect quality of life. Pain may resolve on its own or after conservative treatment. Sometimes it persists and conservative methods fail then various other modalities of treatment are considered including re-exploration and neurectomy. We performed all 396 inguinaldoi:10.32553/ijmsdr.v5i3.765 fatcat:4hzetxu5hfd6dj3yn6suhqdlg4