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Can A Body Reject Mesh Sling And Make It Difficult To Urinate?

I have a catheter in place and I have been having complications from the catheter tube being blown up in the urethra tube and having severe bladder spasm s where I was not able to sit down. This all comes from a prolapsed bladder. A Dr put in a mesh implant that has gone terribly wrong and it was done on Dec. 18/13. I have not been able to urinate since then. I have had many infections and the urologists and the Dr. that did the operation doesn t know what s wrong because she has done so many. I believe my body is not accepting the mesh sling.
Wed, 4 Sep 2019
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Hello,

* The presentation indicate that there can be possible issues with sling tightness or compression of internal or external urethral sphincter most likely pausing difficulty in urination.

* I would like you to discuss the need of fresh uroflowmetry work up with your urologist during your next scheduled appointment.

Meanwhile, you can send me your available reports to me for further discussion ahead.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Bhagyesh V. Patel, General Surgeon
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Can A Body Reject Mesh Sling And Make It Difficult To Urinate?

Hello, * The presentation indicate that there can be possible issues with sling tightness or compression of internal or external urethral sphincter most likely pausing difficulty in urination. * I would like you to discuss the need of fresh uroflowmetry work up with your urologist during your next scheduled appointment. Meanwhile, you can send me your available reports to me for further discussion ahead. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care Regards, Dr Bhagyesh V. Patel, General Surgeon