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    Bladder Sling
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    RolondaS posted:
    About 3 years ago I had the bladder sling surgery. It has caused me problems every since it was put in. I have constant pain and cramping in my pelvic. I can not have sex with my husband because it hurts. To me I would rather go back to wetting my pants when I laugh or cough. I wish I would have known about the complications before hand then I would have decided to not do the surgery. Why did the companies not tell the doctors about the complications? Was the money more important to them then women's health? I went to see the doctor that put it in and she said nothing was wrong but I know there is. This can not be normal. Can it?
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