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Inguinal hernia support

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 14, 2006
  • 10:14 AM

Hi there,

I must post this topic as ive found some amazing relief from my double Inguinal hernia in the groin area. My doctor has taken 1 year to correctly diagnose this, a long period of time to be in such great discomfort. Once diagnosed my daughter scoured the internet for somthing to help me when waiting for my op. She found a support at "Proline sports" (googled??), it cost peanuts and has made my pre-op life so much more bearable( i might wear it afterwards as well). In fact i ordered another so that i could wear one and have the other in the wash at the same time. I cannot recommend highly enough this piece of equipment and they only took a day to deliver!!!(a blessing if ever there was one)- Go PROLINE!!!!!


a relieved and happy old man:)

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