Hi , I had Prostate Laser surgery about 2 years
My question is do this foreign object of soft tissue can cause a verticillium on my bladder?
I end up with a twin bladder and just need to know how long will this take to get better, I already try Interstim therapy, twice botox injections and no noticeable help up to today
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Foreign bodies can be of many types. A ureteric stone is different from a tissue acting as a foreign body. It could also be something else. It could produce an outpouching due to the ballooning effect caused by obstruction. This could be the 'verticillium' you are talking about.
But unless I get the details it is hard to comment definitively.
I would await your inputs.
Either the Hospital equipment fail and the Doctor didn't check but cause me a twin bladder problem, after a year my infections and blood in the urine are almost gone but the urgency still got it. XXXXXXX
Thanks for clarifying. That makes sense. The foreign body is unlikely to have a correlation with the verticullum. It has probably occurred due to an outpouching from a weakness in the bladder wall.
Not directly related.
I see no direct connection between the verticullum and the debris from Prostate Laser Surgery. An indirect connection would be that the debris blocked the urinary outlet, thus increasing the pressure within the bladder letting the ballooning effect to happen. Such a thing is rare but can happen. But it is nobody's fault. Had the weakness in your bladder wall not been there, it would not have occurred.
says we noted large filling defect consistently with previous photovaporitazion, after 2 weeks I call him 3 times so I can get an appointment no one call me for a week , december 4th , 2017 was able to talk directly with a receptionist which made an appointment for the same day at 1.45pm they refuse me service because my insurance didn't cover until next year, even do I told them I would pay out my packet they told me to wait for my appointment in January, I believe if this was cut before I wouldn't be in this case
No need to be apprehensive
I understand your apprehension but I would insist you not to be apprehensive.
I think that no urgent intervention is needed and you can wait for your January appointment.
Obviously is part of the Surgery
Rest assured that doctors do their best to prevent complications
I do not think that the doctors can do anything to prevent such stuff from happening. Rest assured that doctors do their best to ensure that no complications occur. Yet, complications do occur sometimes.
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