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Can you say what procedure you had?was it abdominal or vaginal? Does your bowels and bladder work well? Dr. Hoyte
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Yes. PT canhelp rehabilitate the pelvic floor muscles and this can help to keep the prolapsed vagina from falling out...
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The Kegels will help hold the prolapse in, remember the relaxation part of the kegel exercise is as important as the ...
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Go to our website www.usfurogyn.com - look under the tab - Medical information about urogynecology. in the middle of...
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Many women have had the eroding mesh safely removed without having to have a colostomy, and without developing a fist...
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THe incontinence can sometimes recure if the sling is "snipped". For my patients, I remove the whole sling, and repla...
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I am truly sorry to hear about your mom. This is devastating. PLease let me know some more details of your situation,...
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You need to be evaluated by a urogynecologist, who can help determine if removing the mesh will make your symptoms go...
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Hi, I have heard this type of report about autoimmune flareups from several of my mesh erosion patients now. THe p...
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You might want to get evaluated by a trained urogynecologist to learn the cause of your symptoms. With a good diagnos...
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