Incontinence

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Gingernut
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by Gingernut on Mon Jun 01, 2020 1:11 pm

Incontinence

I had a anterior and posterior pelvic floor repair after a hysterectomy three years ago and for the past year and having a worsening issue with incontinence. I'm now having to use pads as I'm not making it to the toilet most times. The need is immediate it's like my bladder isn't registering its full

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Mr Chris Harding
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by Mr Chris Harding on Tue Jun 02, 2020 12:44 pm

Re: Incontinence

Sometimes urge incontinence can develop after prolapse surgery and your history is suggestive. A continence advisor would be the logical first step for you and can be accessed via your GP.
Mr Chris Harding
Consultant Urological Surgeon

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Mr Sachin Malde
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by Mr Sachin Malde on Thu Jun 11, 2020 2:58 pm

Re: Incontinence

I think advice from a Continence specialist would be helpful, as Mr Harding suggests. Simple things such as reducing caffeine intake may help in the meantime, as well as pelvic floor exercises. Good luck.
Mr Sachin Malde
Consultant Urological Surgeon - BSc(Hons) MBBS MSc(Urol), FRCS(Urol)
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