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    MRPARTS posted:
    had a prostate removed 13 months ago,by divinci robot. had pain and other problems in the months that followed. they found a clip, wrap with calcuim depoist inside my badder,after 13 months. is it common practice to leave a clip inside my body?
     
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    Basir U Tareen, MD responded:
    This is a known complication of robotic prostatectomy and has been reported by many surgeons. In the majority of cases, it is easy to remove via a cystoscope. Best of luck.
     
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    MRPARTS replied to Basir U Tareen, MD's response:
    it has been remove with cystoscope after remove the calcium deposit on clip ( 1and half cm in size, with calcium). should I be charge for this? still have pain also in the groin area. and a bent penus during erection with pain. will this change? will it get better?


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