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urinary incontinence I guess
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lilyane posted:
I have a rectal stump due to having short bowel syndrome and a colostomy and just had surgury to remove adhesions from inside my bladder, but the surgeon said the staples holding the bladder to the rectal stump looked lose now this morning I urinated fine/normal but I got an urge to pass something from my rectal stump and it was urine and clear mucus
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Diane K Newman, RN-C, MSN, ANP responded:
You need to see your surgeon as you may have a hole (called a fistula or opening) between the rectal stump and your bladder.


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