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I had a "bladder tack" last Dec.and ended up with a constant leakage of urine.  I am very irritated in the folds of my legs.  I am a very clean person (bath daily with cleaning of the area each time I urinate with a wet wipe, patting the area dry.)  I use desiten as a barrier.  I never feel clean, and the summer heat makes this a very difficult situation.  I am very embarrissed over this but I did approach the doctor and his nurse   over this.  They do not return my calls.  I did not have this type of incontince prior to the surgery and he does not offer any explanations.
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Prior to surgery your doctor may had told you about the risk and complication of surgery. Avoid all the strenuous work and eat healthy food. Also take a second opinion.
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