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After the birth of my twins I was told that I would need surgery to replace my bladder b/c it was low. No surgery..I am having difficulty urinating y?
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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics & Gynecology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Depends on problem
Bladder problems are common in women.
The first step is to identify the problem. Sometimes the problem can be cured with medications. Other times patients need a bladder lift (cystocele repair) or a urethral sling. The next step is a visit to an obgyn who has experience dealing with bladder and urination problems. They will do an exam and likely order bladder testing to determine the next steps.

In brief: Depends on problem
Bladder problems are common in women.
The first step is to identify the problem. Sometimes the problem can be cured with medications. Other times patients need a bladder lift (cystocele repair) or a urethral sling. The next step is a visit to an obgyn who has experience dealing with bladder and urination problems. They will do an exam and likely order bladder testing to determine the next steps.
Dr. Jeff Livingston
Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Dr. Scott Beard
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Prolapse
Will often correct somewhat for the first 6-12 months after delivery.

In brief: Prolapse
Will often correct somewhat for the first 6-12 months after delivery.
Dr. Scott Beard
Dr. Scott Beard
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