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Mesh erosion again, what can I do? Mesh erosion again, what can I do?

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Unread 07-13-2011, 11:28 AM
Mesh erosion again, what can I do?

Hello, I have bee reading what you girls are posting and I am so scared and dont knowwhat to do. I had a prolapse , rectocelel and entracele surgery in Oct 2010, In april I had some mesh erosion removed from my vagina and now its back or maybe it was never fixed in the first place . after the surgery I can finally have a bowel movement with out making my self have very loose bowels with meds but the pain I have is on going like a constant rubbing on a sun burn or a raw spot inside . I havent been able to have sex with my partner . we have tried about four times but its uncomfortable for me and he says he can feel the mesh. what can I do ? I really needed the surgery to be able to have bowel movements and I didnt want my vagina falling out. I have been to my reg doc. and on thursday I see my gyno , I had gone to a specialist in Portland oregon to have the surgerys
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Unread 08-14-2011, 02:43 PM
Re: Positive outcomes from vaginal mesh removal

Hello, this is the second time I have posted . it is now Aug 14th 2011 and I am about two weeks post op from the second surgery I have had to remove the mesh that they used for my bladder prolapse ,I hope they got it all this time. It kept working its way into my vagina. they have done a cat scan and they tell me that they cannot remove any of the mesh that they put in to repair the entracele and the vaginal prolapse . They say it has become part of my body and that they would have to remove my whole vagina. The mesh they used is called Monarch.
I had the original sugery oct 2010. If I had it to do over again I wouldnt . The things I am living with now are just as bad as what I had to live with before surgery. I do have to say that I seem to have less pelvic pain since the last piece of mesh was removed from my bladder-vaginal area. lets pray it continues. good luck to all you out there..
Unread 08-15-2011, 09:27 AM
Re: Positive outcomes from vaginal mesh removal

Hi Feeling Bad,

I am sorry that you are in the club. I know it is not fun. Hopefully your Dr. was competent and got all the mesh. There are only a hand full of Dr.s who have done this surgery enough times to restore and reconstruct after the mesh is removed. I hope you have found one.
Best to you,

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