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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmumm View Post
    No not public but $2500 cheaper than my original "quote".
    The public dr I saw said I had a grade 1 prolapse of both but wouldn't do anything at this point in time.
    This gyno laughed when I said I had grade one "well why is your bladder coming out to meet me when you cough" argh mortified! Perhaps it's gotten worse over the past few months? He said he'd prefer to do a sling but as I still have a chunk of an 18mo the repair is easier to recover from and knows it impossible to not pick up kids. I'll prob need a sling in the future but at the moment in happy to have any improvement.
    Can you make an appt to get assessed at your local pelvic floor unit at hospital?
    Would I need a referral? Or do I just make contact with the hospital I gave birth at?

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    Default Uterine Prolapse Experiences?

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    Last edited by Mmumm; 24-06-2016 at 21:29.


 

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