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Old 12-14-2006, 11:13 AM   #1
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Urology Procedure - Outpatient

Hi to anyone that this might help,

I a had several urology procedures done in the outpatient place by where I live. I had changed to a new urologist, because my old one did not seem to care about me and hurt me a lot!

So, my new one, put me totally out and did a cystocopy and a couple of other things, with one using a dye. I go back in 2 - 3 weeks to see exactly what he did and what he found. It was fast and virtually painless.

My husband - who talked with my uro dr., said that I had a lot of scar tissue in my bladder from past bladder infections (I did not even know I had bladder infections). I have no UTI. And I am relieved that I have not tumors or blockages.

So, I guess I will just have to wait to find out if anything can be done for me.

Take care.


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