Re: If You Have Bladder Problems or Prolapse
From: pauline (email@example.com)
Sat Aug 18 11:59:33 2001
I have had bladder and kidney infections since a child. I have had
polyps removed from the urinary tract when I was 19years old, I had my
bladder suspended when I was 30years old. I also have small bladder
I still have frequent infections ( I have one now) and they are hitting
me faster and harder. this last infection that I have now I felt it at
1:00 in the afternoon, was at the dr at 3:00 the same day and he says it
is the worst infection he has seen in a long time. Now, to have been so
bad why did it take so long for me to know and feel pain when urinating.
I spent last night at the hospital for vomiting as the antibiotic I was
given not working. I was treated badley and got no help except for med
for the nausea . I am tired of this.
Can adhesions on the bladder be hard to detect? My family dr says I may
have them the surgeon says I don't. what should I do , Urologist says
nothing is wrong with me that he can detect. SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH
THIS WHOLE PICTURE!!
I should not be getting infections so frequently and with such
Someone please help me.
thanx , Pauline
At Thu, 25 May 2000, Helen Dynda wrote:
>" If You Have Bladder Problems or Prolapse "...from the book, " A Gynecologist's Second Opinion," authored by William H. Parker, M.D.
>* Susan's Difficult Decision
>* How Does The Bladder Normally Work?
>* What Is Incontinence?
>* What Is Prolapse?
>* Is Incontinence A Normal Part Of Aging?
>* What Is Urodynamics Testing?
>* What Can Be Done To Treat Incontinence?
>* Can Surgery Be Used To Treat Incontinence?
>* What Is Laparoscopic Bladder Suspension?
>* How Do You Decide Which Operation Is Best For You?
>* How Do You Choose A Doctor For Your Bladder or Prolapse Problems?