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Unread 01-26-2005, 09:42 AM
Loss of bladder control, huh?

hi ladies,
for your peace of mind what most of you are experiencing is very normal. The bladder is moved for your surgery and becomes very bruised, also it moves around more as it now has so much space. This is how my Drs told me, it also happened after csec in oct.

i used to be able to hold forever but now i manage 5 mins, i am trying to build up my time holding to strengthen my bladder, i do find i have to move position around when peeing as it doesn't all come out if i don't. Try moving your sitting position when peeing to make sure you empty. There is nothing worse than walking away from loo and feeling like you just wet yourself. If it is just bruising it will improve. if you are concerned make appointment to see your gp. Never sit at home worrying, they are there to help!!

My hubby thinks its funny like im disco wibbling on the loo.....ha ha ha

try it, you can have fun with how many wiggles,lol

take care, hugs
sam xx
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Unread 01-26-2005, 12:21 PM
Loss of bladder control, huh?

I had given all my pads away after surgery, and then ended up buying some when I had a horrible cold (pnemonea) a few weeks ago and was coughing so hard I was peeing non-stop. Thank god it's gotten much better. In fact, I went through one whole pack of 24, and ended up buying a second bag. So much for laughing as I head down "those" isle.

I also had a problem in the beginning with going, and then as I stood up, I would go somemore. Happy to report that is getting better. I have to remind myself it's only been four months. This past month I've felt so good, going to the gym, working full time and all, that I tend to forget.
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