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Old 06-26-2021, 07:32 AM
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]Excellent surgeon. The “She” you are referring to is that Dr Weber, please respond & thank you. I will be looking for a Urologist. You can message me at bmstaunton@aol.com

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Old 06-26-2021, 07:39 AM
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Some people don’t like people sharing medical issues. Please don’t read them if you don’t like. Rest if us like the sharing , it’s not advice, it might hit home if you have an issue. We all know The Urologist is the advice we listen too!!! I got the name of a Doctor after reading the post, I thank you
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Old 06-26-2021, 07:41 AM
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There's been a lot of issues/massive pain/law suits with bladder mesh surgeries. Before you agree to this type of surgery if it's suggested please do your due diligence. I wish you well.
My partner had the mesh surgery a few years ago. She did her research on the procedure, consulted with her primary doc, picked an experienced surgeon with a good track record, and had it done. Respecting the entire recuperative period and following medical advice during that period is very important. She has had excellent results. One of her friends followed the same approach with excellent results. Years before her recent surgery, my partner had pessary surgery. Again, she followed competent medical advice (and didn’t listen to anecdotal stories) and did well … for many years until the need for mesh surgery became obvious. Best of luck to you. We hope it goes well for you. As noted from others, exercise “due diligence” and listen to the professionals. 👍🏻😃
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Old 06-26-2021, 01:23 PM
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I enjoy reading the options that are discussed, we know decisions are based on you & your doctors. At least reading the options you are somewhat prepared on the subject. Thanks everyone
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Old 06-26-2021, 03:46 PM
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I looked up Dr. Weber. It's Dr. Emily Weber Lebrun, a urogyn from U of FL. She has an office in Summerfield.
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Why would you not want surgery? It was easy recovery was not bad. Why suffer. I went to by OBGYN.
Why would you want to suffer just get it done you will be much happier.
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