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i would be interested how you are doing. i had same operations as you just 8 weeks ago and have had continual right kidney and groin pain. blood and other stuff showing up in urine but when sent to lab they say kidney is clear. this is really getting me down and like you im positive its to do with the op . hope you now have recovered but would like to know how you did ta
I am still having discomfort, including during sex. My urine stays cloudy, yet has no blood show on urine tests. I have pelvic floor pain. Due to the sex issues it is causing some marital issues as well. I am pursuing my medical records to see if my mesh was any of them that is now carrying lawsuits.
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