I recently had surgery for prolapsed organs, bladder and uterus. The doctor did a hysterectomy and then used mesh to support my bladder and cervic (which she left.) Before this I had use a pessary device to hold my uterus and bladder and place. Actually it worked quite well for two years but I thought the surgery would even improve my life more. Now I am finding I have to go to the bathroom more often and I have huge anxiety over this whole surgery and regret it. I live overseas and the surgery was done in the states. One big problem is I lost my sleep ability after being under a general for 5-6 hours. I am working with a psychiatrist and am now on anti depressents and drugs to help get my sleep back. It's just I don't feel I am getting better and have you heard of this surgery and results etc. I have emailed my doctor and she is now on vacation. I am scared I have ruined my quality of life and just wanted any suggestions or comments.
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