Tag Archive: catheter

The Importance of Magnesium & Potassium

Tomorrow will mark two weeks since my fascia sling surgery and during my recovery I have been trying to make a couple of phone calls a day to check up on women. I can’t check up on every woman or…
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My Fascia Sling Surgery Part Four

If I did not write about this so soon after surgery, then I would soon put it all aside and forget some of the details that may be important to you. First you should know that the catheter has to…
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No Mesh Fascia Slings

In a couple of weeks I will undergo yet another surgery. This one will be my fourth. Frankly I want to yell and scream that this should NOT have happened. Right now I would love to go back to those…
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Mesh & Men’s Anger

I really do wish I could reach out to the men who care for women through mesh complications and surgery and let them know more often that they do deserve to be acknowledged.  I know they are in pain themselves. …
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Mesh A Young Woman’s Story

I and the other women who try daily to help women through mesh complications are always shocked and horrified when young women’s lives are cut short by this issue.  However, even with their daily pain they have such great resolve…
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Mesh Neuromas & Nerve Complications

In my world listening to other women over the phone or reading what they tell me has happened to them is key to helping other women first understand a diagnosis they have been given and then what they can do…
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Mesh Removal UCLA & Travelling Home

Between answering emails and comments from my blog since I came home and of course trying to get well from my mesh removal surgery, I have not been able to write everything that can help you get through your own…
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Mesh Removal-Hope for You

I am now nine days in from my own mesh removal and this morning received a lovely email from Robin, a lady who has had twelve years of mesh hell and who Dr. Raz removed it just the day before…
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Mesh & A Little Ray of Sunshine

From my diary of a journey back to living. What would I do without all the supportive women who have gone through the hell of mesh pain and mesh removal.  I am blessed because of this blog.  I have met…
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