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The Pain Whisperer Part Two & Three

Last week I had planned on writing part two of this blog, but I was caught up helping many women through their problems and wound up writing a blog that will help some of them. This blog now gets so…
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Fascia Slings & Reconstruction Surgeries

As you all know I have been trying to step back from this blog for a time, only writing when I feel it is viable and necessary. Today is one of those days when I know I need to write…
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Understanding Your Bladder Part Two

Soon after I posted part one of this blog, a lovely lady left a comment saying she was amazed at how I had adjusted to my new situation doing self cath. I wish I could say it was easy but…
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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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My Fascia Sling Surgery Part Fifteen

The tears are flowing…………. I cry for me and the thousands of women around the world who are mesh injured. I cry for the number of surgeries we all have to endure. The amount of stress caused to us and…
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My Fascia Sling Surgery Part Two

To understand why I went back to UCLA for this surgery you have to understand what complete incontinence is. Believe me I did not understand until after my mesh was removed. Like many I would have thought It was like…
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Running a Mesh Marathon

The sadness that I read every day is so hard to deal with except for the blessings that I hear when a woman tells me she made her appointment with UCLA and has made the first small step to wellness….
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Prostate Cancer & Male Bladder Slings

Three months ago I had full mesh removal by Dr. Raz at UCLA and for the most part I am doing extremely well. I will be going back for a second surgery in a couple of months for my incontinence…
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New Year No Mesh

If I could be granted three wishes for the women of the world I would use all three to wish that they be mesh free. I do know the realism of that of course but I cannot help wishing to…
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Mesh-A Page from One Woman’s Journal

I just received a very poignant page out of one woman’s journal of daily suffering because of medical mesh.  She will remain nameless but her struggle is that of thousands of women.  This woman is far too young to have…
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