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Some answers---at last!
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ronnibear posted:
After additional testing today, my urologist has officially marked the following in my chart: Chronic IC, Stress Incontinence and Decreased Capacity Bladder.

So, answers bring the need for decisions. After discussion of all options and my specific case, looks like I will be going with Coaptite Injectable Implants.

Has anyone had any experience with these? Or other injectable treatments for Stress Incontinence? Would appreciate any insights on it!

Thanks!
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
Ronnibear, I am so glad for you! That must be a relief to have a diagnosis and treatment plan.

Here's a little information about Implants . Hopefully someone here will share their experience with you.

Please keep us updated on how you're doing,

Byroney


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