"Are you sure you didn't just notice something thats been there aleays? Some people are born with a bone in the roof of their mouth that makes a "rise" right in the middle palate, from front to back. Its genetic and harmless."
Just a quick note to say hi!
Thank you for your note. I think the advice you gave Lobo was helpful. Perhaps she could go back to her family
doctor and ask him the same question she posted to learn more about the medication she's taking. Take care, Eve :)
hello, I just had surgery - a cystocele to repair my bladder that was prolapsed.. I too after just 3 weeks post surgery noticed my vaginal wall is shorter!! :((( did you ever get yours lengthened? how did your situation turn out? thanks
When I had my first stent, I was in a lot of pain on the slightest exertion. After the stent I felt no different at rest, but noticed how I could do more exertion than before. I still got pains, but I had other serious blockages still needing decisions as to treatment. It is important to realise that when you have a blockage, there can be various short term outcomes. For example, if blood flow was good enough at rest, and slight exertion, then it is likely the benefits will be instant. If blood flow was more restricted, then an area of heart muscle will be damaged, but not beyond repair. It can take up to 3 months for the cells to fully recover. Exercise is important to aid the recovery, but nothing dramatic. Just a 30 min walk everyday is easily sufficient.
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