Posted , 5 users are following.
I am 72 years of age I had an hysterectomy 20 years ago. I have seen a consultant who after examining me advised I have a anterior repair then consider further surgery for a posterior repair at a later date; if I wish. Why can't he do them both at the same time? His assistant explained the anterior operation would mean cutting the vaginal wall, cutting a small part of the bladder away them stitch the cut back together. Is this the normal procedure?
1 like, 21 replies