Family & Mesh

Dr. Kim UCLA

Lately I have seen more comments on this blog about Dr. Kim and women are searching for alternatives to Dr. Raz because of the long time waits for consult and then surgery. It may surprise you to know that the…
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Changes for Women

Being disabled means I don’t get out of the house very much and I don’t see many people. So I use my keyboard and do all I can to give women the truth of what is happening or will happen…
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Emotional Support Dog

I rarely write about our dog rescue on this blog because it is a separate part of my life, but this week I learned something because of our rescue when a wonderful dog called Lula was adopted out after living…
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Ticking Clock

I was awake during the night last night thinking about all the women who are seriously injured by mesh and do not stand a chance at a good night’s sleep. All I could hear in the silence of the night…
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Three Years Mesh Free

It is hard for me to believe that three years ago at this time, I was flying out to UCLA and I was scared to death of my upcoming surgery. I had seen Dr. Raz on June 5th 2012 for…
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