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Unread 02-18-2003, 08:58 PM
Help I'm dribbling!!!!!

Hey Sisters,
I'm scheduled for surgery (abdominal) on 2-25 for removal of left Ovary, 3 masses and exploratory. I'm now begining to leak urine . I know I have a Rectocele but does the bladder prolapse go hand @ hand. It seems that this is a common thing I'm reading about here . Maybe the masses or what ever they are are growing and putting pressure on my bladder? Also last night I vomited and lost all control . I mean totally wet myself. This is scaring me. My next Dr appt. is this Fri. Maybe I should call? I was fine last week
Any Advice???
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Unread 02-18-2003, 09:52 PM
Hi there

I am sorry you are having to have surgery, especially abdominal. I have managed to have 2 childern, 3 laps and a TVH/BSO without having any abdominal incisions. I am now preparing myself for bladder surgery for stress incontinence and what ever else they found during my tests on my bladder. I pray they do not have to go in abdominally!!! I will feel really cheated..

As far as your bladder is concerned, I am sure that if there are masses there, they could put pressure on your bladder. I, myself have severe migraines and end up with my head in the toilet and peeing all over the bathroom. This was even before my diagnosis. The pressure of throwing up makes me lose ALL control of my bladder. They will hopefully be able to take care of it when you have your surgery. I have been living with mine for quite some time now and it is getting progressivly worse. I am hopeing that they fix it soon.. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers..

Unread 02-18-2003, 10:13 PM
Help I'm dribbling!!!!!

Oh Cindy-Lou yes, do call your DR and let him/her know what happened last night. You poor thing! Why were you vomiting, do you know? This is not a good thing!

Yes, the bladder and rectum tend to drop together. What happens is that hormonal changes cause the ligaments that hold everything up in there to loosen, allowing everything to fall at the same time.

I'm glad you are scheduled to have this taken care of. Please talk with your DR asap though, so he can arrange to have a uro present at the surgery if necessary.

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