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I need 2nd surgery for uterine prolapse. I use oxygen and was told surgery will have to be done with spinal block and awake. Is this true?
Yes.: Many prolapse surgeries can be performed using a spinal block. Whether or not this is required in your case will be determined by an anesthesiologist. Some health conditions pose a higher risk for general anesthesia. You can still be very comfortable using spinal anesthesia and avoid the risks associated with general anesthesia. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on problem: Meshes have been used intravaginally since development of the sling by ulmstead in the late 90's. Current fda warnings are for vaginally placed mesh reconstruction kits. If you have mesh and are having no problems, nothing to do. A good resource for a good doctor to help would be www.Sgsonline.Org. These guys are well trained and are scattered across the country. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rarely: Severe prolapse can cause partial urinary retention, or inability to completely empty the bladder. This can silently damage the kidneys, causing renal failure and even death of a kidney. This happens only with neglected severe prolapse, usually in an elderly woman. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sometimes: It is not always painful when the uterus falls down or out. In fact, it is not usually painful. It can be though when it is accompanied by the bowels in a herniation of sorts called an enterocele. Also, it can become raw and infected as it dries and remains exposed to the elements, thus causing pain. If it pinches the urethra shut it can cause significant pain and problems. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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