Tag Archive: nerve damage

One Woman’s Pudendal Nerve Injury Comeback

This holiday there are women who are running around trying to get things done for their families for the holiday, but when it comes to sitting down to have a meal with them, they cannot join in. Why? Because of…
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Mesh Removal Who to Choose

I truly did not expect to be writing a new blog on this subject, but I now know I cannot put it off or women will be fighting when they should be supportive of others who are mesh injured. So…
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My One Year Mesh Free Anniversary

Today marks my one year mesh free birthday and I am more thankful it is out of my body than anyone but a mesh injured woman can imagine. I have not posted on my blog for awhile, but because so…
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Less of a Woman Because of Mesh

This morning I am waiting on phone calls. I may be waiting for a long time because I am not sure anyone knows what to do to help me with my care. Those who could help me, may not want…
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Mesh Mad & Damn Angry

Before you read this, I have just found out we have technical difficulties with the comment box. I do apologize and hope we get it fixed soon. Unfortunately a mass spammer hit the box and new user registrations came flying…
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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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Mesh & My Nerve Damage Plan

Please read update about this product and what it has done for me. I am now seven weeks post op, doing very well from the surgery itself and grateful for the mesh to be gone from my body.  I have…
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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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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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