I had a bladder suspension 6 years ago and to my knowledge I had no problems up until now..
In the last 3 months I have had 2 severe bladder infections to the point where my blood pressure went super low.
this last one put me down for 3 days..sleeping body aches fever etc. I have never been a sickly person so I question if the suspension could be the problem.
I had a blader suspension in 2005, the other day I was weed eating and needed to go to the bathroom, I went and right when I stood up this grabbing ripping sensation on my lower left hand side of my ovary area happened then traveled up my back to my kidneys and I immediately got a bladder infection. Its been 10 days and the pain is still happening. Could my mesh sling have broke loose? Mind you ever since my surgery I could not fully relieve my bladder but after this happened it flows great.
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