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My doctor said I couldn't do situps after my sacral colpopexy op, what other exercises should I avoid. Op 2 years ago?
Support surgery: Sacrocolpopexy is a surgery that supports the vagina using mesh. The mesh is connected to the sacrum, which is the back part of the pelvis and the lowest portion of the spinal column. The surgery can be done laparoscopically, usually with robotic assistance. It can also be done through an open incision, such as the one used for a c-section. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pelvic organ prolaps: Sacrocolpopexy is a surgical procedure to correct pelvic organ prolapse( vaginal prolapse, cystocele, rectocele, enterocele). It's an abdominal proc which can be done with minimally invasive surgery( laparoscopy, or davinci robot assisted laparoscopy ). It's considered the gold standard. It uses a synthetic or biological mesh that envelops the vagina and its anchored to the sacral promontory. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a robot assisted sacrocolpopexy on Nov.11 2014 so Tuesday I will be 2 weeks post op. No spotting til today I fell on Friday should I worry?
I just had a sacrocolpopexy he put a small hole in my bladder by accident because the tissue was paper thin. Causes for a 46 year old??
Here are some ...: Your available health profile indicated you have gone through a lot for one at 46. But I wonder if you've ever gone through a lot in forcing yourself to practice quality healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession - the foundation of all healthcare no matter who, when, what, and how you are or have been. However, incidental injury during surgery does occur to reflect... ...Read more
Sacrocolpopexy and supra cervical hysterectomy. I'm 66 years old. What would be the typical course of recovery? I'm told robotic symptoms will last 4-5 hrs
Please call your doc: Your doc can go over all of that with you and the doc should do that before the surgery. ...Read more
Sure: It attaches the top of your vagina to the sacrum(just above the tail bone). If they didn't explain this to you you need to go to someone else with more experience and ethics. It usually involves the use of mesh and is reserved for only severe or recurrent cases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been experiencing cramping that feels similar to menstrual, i had a hysterectomy in 2011, but had a sacrocolpopexy this past nov.
The Right Practioner: In the U.S. Cranial-sacral work is usually performed by massage or physical therapists. This is different from osteopathy in the cranial field (ocf), which is practiced by physicians (do's, md's & dentists). There have been no peer-reviewed studies that evaluate the effectiveness of either cranial-sacral or ocf at the population level. However, there is anecdotal evidence for ocf effectiveness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer