Tag Archive: HOPE

After Surgery Care

So many women are waiting to go to UCLA for mesh removal and as the date for surgery approaches, we are overwhelmed by things we have to do at home.  Before we leave and because most of us are Moms,…
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Scar Tissue Formation

I just posted a three blogs about an adhesive barriers that is supposed to reduce scar tissue problems. However just like mesh, it may work on some people and cause others immune problems. There are lawsuits to do with this…
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Avoiding Anti-depressants

When a women go back to a doctor who implanted them with mesh, complaining about pain and suffering she is usually met with a doctor who wants to continue use it when he/she does women’s pelvic surgeries, and their reaction…
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Read Tributes to Dr. Raz

I know women have to wait several months to go to Dr. Raz and the time waiting can be agonizing. Every woman has to decide for herself where she will go for mesh removal and I never decide for them….
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Your Mesh Story & Mine

There is not a morning now that I don’t get up without I feel very Blessed. It is very simple. The mesh that was destroying my body is out! But I am mindful of how many women still live with…
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Mesh GET IT OUT NOW

In 1933, Franklin D Roosevelt at his first inaugural speech said. “The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself!”  How true and how important is this for women with mesh complications to remember now?  It is everything.  I…
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My Thanksgiving Prayer

I am SO angry.  This morning I heard from a woman I can describe as a lovely friend.  She has been told she will undergo her ninth surgery and she is both angry and upset.  Nine times in ten years. …
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Mesh & my Six Weeks Post Op

It is strange to think that my six weeks post op from full mesh removal falls on Thanksgiving Day but it is truly a time for me to feel thankful that all the mesh is gone from my body.  However,…
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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 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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