Alcoa, TN

#1 May 12, 2009
has anyone on here ever had surgery for a bladder sling, im schelued for surgery in 2 weeks and just wonder, if someone might tell me there experiences with it.
Nures Jane

United States

#2 May 12, 2009
It's a very common process. Especially if you are a woman that has had her uterus removed. Sometimes they do have to go back in to adjust them though so don't be shocked if they have to. Please tell me you are having this procedure done in Memphis or Nashville and not anywhere around here close.
Nurse Jane

United States

#3 May 12, 2009
Wouldn't dare want to have this procedure in Union City though. As I see that is where your isp is located.

Jackson, TN

#4 May 12, 2009
i had it done in December. I have not had any problems and was one of the best things i have ever done. Dr Yarbro in jackson did mine

Alcoa, TN

#5 May 13, 2009
im actually having it done in dyersburg, im limited to where i can go because of insurance. yeah my uterus is gone. so i guess its not such a big deal then. thanks for the responce

Idaho Falls, ID

#6 Dec 6, 2012
Bladder slings have been seen to work and provde relief to many patients. Although there have been successful surgical treatments, cases of adverse events have also been reported to arise from these devices. Before the surgery, ask your surgeon for the risks associated with bladder slings, and what you need to do to possibly avoid these potential complications. There are articles at that may be of great help to you.

United States

#7 Dec 6, 2012
I need it done.been to scared of side effects
Bridge Salesman

Dyersburg, TN

#8 Dec 8, 2012
The person that had it done in Dyersburg must have a death with. There are NO qualified doctors, much less surgeons, in the Dyersburg area.

San Jose, CA

#9 Jan 4, 2013
While there are patients who may have benefited from bladder slings, there are others who complained of serious complications reportedly arising from them. Some of them have even filed lawsuits against makers of slings that have reportedly caused them to swell up, develop infections, bleed, or experience vaginal or pelvic pain and pain during sexual intercourse. It's best you ask your surgeon about the potential risks a bladder sling may entail before undergoing surgery. You may also check for comprehensive information that discusses the potential hazards of bladder slings and similar devices.

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