Hi, I am new here. I desperately need help. My problems all began in 1992 I had a tubal in Feb and all my bladder issuses started in June. I had never had them before. I found a great uro in TX. She worked with me several years but had it under control. I have sinced moved to Ok and am perimenopausal. Eight months ago it all started again. The uro I was seeing in TX is now gone, so I started seeing one here. Who hasnt done much good. He did the ultrasound and th cysto and said everyting was fine. I told him I could drink baking soda and it helped alot. He put me on potassium chloride and said if this didnt work the only thng left would be the implant or I cant remember what it is called where they put a needle in your ankle onece a week There has to be someting else that can be done my other uro did.. Does anyone know a good uro in Oklahoma. I would like female if possiable they seem to understand better and has anyone else had a relationship with this and a tubal? Thank you so much. I hope someone will pleae help me.
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