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Bladder Tack Surgery
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
I keep getting UTI's about every 6weeks to the 3 months. It started 3yrs ago after my bladder tack. Any way to help the problem?
Urology appt if not : Drink water based drinks including cranberry. It has a natural antibiotic. Not just with infection but everyday. Super hygiene. Wipe front to back and drop the tissue. If trouble with stains after BM. Use wash cloth to finish or baby wipes. Pee before and after sex. Be sure sex partner is clean. If not circumcised be double sure no smegms under foreskin. You may need a cysto etc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: Sometimes these can be associated with a urinary tract infection that can present as back pain. Sometimes the activity restriction post op may allow for back pain to occur as well. It is unlikely that the actual surgery caused the back pain unless it took an extended period of time to perform with your body in that one position. ...Read more
My doctor told me I have a large uterus. I'm having a hysterectomy and bladder tack done in the next 2 months. Would I have to have an abdominal?
What should I do if I have recently had a hysterectomy / bladder suspension / hernia repair operation and my bladder is not working?
I am 61, have had a hysterectomy, then a bladder suspension mesh, and now have been prescribed estrace (estradiol) cream to avoid mesh protrusion is this normal?
Bladder surgery.: Surgery on the bladder can be performed using open, larparoscopic, or endoscopic approaches. Indications for bladder surgery include bladder tumors, which are removed by transurethral resection. Invasive tumors require bladder removal, or radical cystectomy. Structural problems, diverticuli, neurogenic or poorly compliant bladder, and bladder stones are other reasons for surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am not sure: I am not sure what condition this type of surgery would be done. If you are talking about prolapsed bladder, there are different types of surgery. There is a sling surgery that basically involves putting a band around the bladder to support it. Whether it is successful or not in your case, you must be examined by gyn urologist and have your options laid out to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Free country: You can do anything you want, but why risk it? Alcohol is a known carcinogen and a known toxin to the body, but it's become a cultural norm for people to consume it. To have the best results of surgery, it's usually recommended to refrain from alcohol, smoking tobacco or marijuana, excessive activities, ilicit drug use, but it's a free country. ...Read more