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    An_191900 posted:
    My aunt was in a car accident about 45 years ago. She is now in her seventies. Her pelvis bone was broken in 3 places, didn't heal properly, and leans to the right. She has UTI's with blood in urine. Biggest problem is copious amounts of urine being expelled at night soaking everything---uses multiple Depends, etc. Doesn't void much during the day. Because of this, she is unable to travel overnight to see her family. She's had a surgical procedure where an electronic device was inserted but it hasn't helped. She is very active and socialable. Her Physician has claimed he doesn't know what else to do. We are looking for other options and a qualified specialist to help her.
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