I'm 45, female, and GYN says I have a falling bladder and I just need to do keggel exercises, 100 per day, and if that didn't work, try physical therapy to help me do keggel exercises more productively. Or surgery which 15% of all women end up having to cathederize themselves for the rest of their lives after surgery.
When I told her I'd do the physical therapy, she changed her mind and said, just do the keggel exercises for now.
I recently went for my pap and saw, I think a nurse practisioner(can't remember her title). She said it's way past keggel exercises, need surgery.
I told her what the GYN said. She said that she has never heard such a thing about 15% of all women end up having the cathederize themselves
and is sending me to a Urologist.
Which one is the expert for this bladder problem? Urologist or GYN?
Isn't the urologist the bladder specialist?