Just a quick note to say hi! I answered your question on the forum, now seeing you in UK I dont know how long you shall be in hospital, all my other information is correct. here in the usa they pus ladies out of hospital much too soon. I believe a 4 day stay would be proper.
Surgery stitches your bladder and urethra back into the right place. It means that urine is less likely to leak out.
Once your bladder is back in the right place, the muscles around it and the muscles of your pelvic floor will be able to work properly again, sealing off your bladder when you're not passing urine. also sometimes people need bowels trimmed and put back in place too (likeme on wed) and from talikng to friends this is a sore op. as cuts close to entrance. found the bladder repair not too bad last time.irene
sorry forgot to say was in for 3 nights. was walking bout v soon, within days. because internal , wasnt on my mind so felt good and recovered v well.
so sorry your going through so much as you know you must hydrate your body, sounds like your going to have to make a decision about a surgery, Have they mentioned a bladder suspension?
how are you today,,have you tried ice pac for pain?
Hi there I answered your question on hyster, I had been out for neck surgery a week myself apologise for the tardiness.
goodness, why did your dog bite you, must of been hard if he broke skin and you need antibiotics..or perhaps the anitb, are a precauton do to your condition.Im ok..necks been hurting other then that good,,,
Just a quick note to say hi! is your tooth being extracted?how many tooth?
Just a quick note to say hi! did you already take 2 grams of penicilin antibiotic?1 hour or 2 hours?is there any side effects?i have mvp..im scared taking high dose of antibiotic.thanks its me rochelle
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
It is important and TRUE information. I found out after I was ' given ' an unnecessary hysterectomy. My life was ruined in 2 short hours. Spread the word!
Jan in Liverpool is expecting to hear from you. To contact her, sign into valvereplacement.com (you'll have to join, I suppose, but you'll want to do that anyway), go to members list, she is just Jan.
I meant to add--the default for profiles is male, and unless you change it, it stays male. It doesn't really matter; your picture is plenty clear.
Speaking of your picture, is that a cairn?
Hi--As I am not in Britain, I have passed on your screen name to Jan, a member of valvereplacement.com who lives in Liverpool, and asked her to see if she can help you with navigating the medical system. Either she will contact you, or she will give me some contact information to pass on to you.
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