Monthly Archive: June 2013

No Mesh An Overview By Dr. Raz

I don’t know how many times women have asked me did I have anything written by Dr. Raz to do with mesh complications or the translabial ultrasound.  Well it turns out as I searched for a good article about the…
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Mesh Issues & Job Protection

It is amazing to me how much mesh women share with each other because so many have been through fears of losing their job, keeping insurance and surviving until they can get the mesh out.  My meeting with a mesh…
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First Test Down at UCLA

It is only ten in the morning here and I feel exhausted.  My poor room mate has suffered endlessly over several years and her agony is heart felt.  Last night she was in so much pain she did not sleep…
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UCLA & Food

This morning I made a second trip down to Target to pick up a few more groceries.  They have small shelf meals that you can microwave and others you can add water to and then microwave so I decided to…
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UCLA My First Day Adventure

Making it alone at UCLA…………………….. I arrived late yesterday afternoon but with a two hour time change behind Houston time, plus a night before that was filled with poor or little sleep, I was in no mood for an adventure…
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My Fascia Sling Surgery Part Nineteen

My body is now a toxic waste dump of antibiotics that will remain in my body a long time and perhaps forever. I now live on a rolling boat on the high seas and the only time I get relief…
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The High Cost of Self Cath

Before I begin this blog I am putting out a call to the lady who called me from France and told me about her amazing doctor who removed her mesh. Someone else in France is about to undergo a fifth…
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Dizziness & Inner Ear Problems

Two days ago I finished fourteen days of extreme antibiotic treatment to kill a superbug inside me. For the past two days I have noticed when I walk I feel dizzy. I am fine when I sit and can read…
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My Fascia Sling Surgery Part Eighteen

I have shared with you my trials and tribulations of the surgery I had nine weeks ago and now I can share with you my joy. I am pseudomonas free! Right now I feel like the luckiest woman alive. It…
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Mesh Study in 2005

There are so many women who wonder every day why they keep using mesh in women. This is because they lay in bed twenty-four hours in a day suffering without any relief. Nerve damage and huge injuries keep them from…
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