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Hello lovely ladies
As some of you know me from my anterior repair last April, sadly it failed and now waiting impatiently lol for my date which looks like June/August time. My big concern is the time scale from when my urogynacologist examined me to when I have surgery. My worry is what if something else has dropped like cervix, or even back wall, will he sort that out at the time or will he leave it? It make's sense to sort it all out the same time doesn't it? The reason I'm a little worried is a friend had anterior prolapse and when she got on the table her urogynacologist noticed her cervix had come down more during the time of diagnosis to surgery so he placed a stitch to hitch it back up. Matron may be you could advise me here andcany other ladies who can help. I don't want to have more surgery if all can be done at the time if needed. As some ofbyuou are aware I paid for last surgery, but now I'm on NHS and wondered if consultant will go ahead ifvthey see something else needs repairing. We sign a form foir just the anterior, does that mean nothing else will be touched? Thanks so much ladies. Love to you allxxx
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