I have been to several doctors regarding incontinance immediatly following a bad forcep delivery 10 years ago.A problem i never had prior to child birth. One doctor wanted to put me on medicine (I declined) and one implanted a mesh bladder sling that did virtually nothing. I repeatedly attempted to explain to them both that it felt (and logic would dictate) the issue was strictly mechanical. Specifically i was no longer able to 'turn it off/on effectively. Thus the reason I refused the medication and permitted the sling be inserted. although I could not understand, and still don't, how changing the position of my bladder would correct my not being able to shut/open the 'valve(s)' that once worked better than the average. (could hold it for 14/15 hours if necissary! and still stop in the middle, on demand, no problem.) Both doctors insisted forceps had nothing to do with the issue. However I will tell you that although it feels like I am still able to make the same muscles move as before child birth, when I do it no longer seals things up as it once did. My question: Is it possible the muscles around the urethera were damaged (or am I crazy?) and if so is there a procedure that can correct this? Thank you! Desperate in BE.