im new to this i had very bad pain for years not knowing y my ob said it was time to have a hysterectomy because i had no insurance i was sent to clinic, that dr. said i didnt need one .she did a exam told me i need a d and c also told me i had ic of bladder. this was in 2010 .thinking all my pain was do to the ic nothing was done i put myself on the ic diet lost a lot of weight, still got pain 9/29/2011 pain so bad i went to the er they toke a sono and found that i was bleeding inside i went from the er right in to surgray they removed my left ovrie tube and a cycis i was bleeding in side. on 11/29 2011 i was back in for a hysterectomy everything out, on 12/23/11 i called my dr. office the nurse told me no one was there to call the urology i did she got me right in. in a nutshell she did tests and found 2 holes in my bladder . i had vesico vaginal fistula done in hoping this would help close the holes up it did'nt help and now i have to have surgery done on my bladder . helpView Thread
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