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Hi everybody,not been here for a while. Had a anterior, posterior and perenium repair in Feb last year. I'm waiting for a hospital appointment as the op has failed sadly. I'm in pain on my left hand side that seems to slowly be getting worse and when I wake in the morning I'm in pain until I urinate. I really don't want the op again. Has anyone else experienced this pain? Thank you x

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    Rosiepix,

    I had my anterior repair April last year and its failed not long after.I'm under a new urogynacologist in wales now. I'm so glad I found him,feel he will sort me out .I'm sorry to hear about you hun. Its devastating isn't it.x

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      Hi Welsh girl

      I remember you going in for the op, what a shame yours has failed too. Awful after all you have to go through. X

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      I'm so much more positive with my new urogynacologist. I can't wait tytyo see the difference good luck

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    Hi Rosiepix,

    Are you sure it's failed?

    I just went for my check up, almost 5 months for me. My bladder sling is to tight, and it causing me to retain urine. My left side under my rib cage hurts, and I get very uncomfortable when my bladder gets full. Have to get up several times a night.

    I had mesh, did they use mesh on you. ( had rectecele and cystecele)

    Hope you don't have another prolapse, Very scary.

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      Hi Grace

      Yes I've been to my GP who's sure it's prolapsed again although I don't think it's as bad as before the op. I didn't have the mesh as I've read things about it, I hope your problem gets sorted soon

      Rosie

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    Sounds as though you could have a urine infection 
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      It maybe Matron , but the pain is the same as I had before the op so wondered if it was related to that.

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