Oh My gosh I'm so happy I got a response, I cried.. thank you very much, for your kind words. Yes I have been doing some research online but I have to tell you its all very discouraging. I talked to my Dr yesturday and asked her how many rectal-vaginal fistula repairs she had done she said 6 and then I asked her how many had failed. she said none but mine. I know GOD will heal me I know this is a very big learning experience which will only make me a stronger woman. I wont let this take away my life my mind or my job, I'm planning on going back to work in a week, and If it has not healed I will try the surgery again in about a year. I'm happy to hear from people like you thank you for taking your time and responding to me.. you are a an angel with kind words , I know i'm not alone thank you thank you thank youView Thread
Hi there! I'm at home recovering from my 2 attempt to cover this rectovaginal fistula. it failed. within a week the simptoms came back. I need help anyone with advice recommendations anything please look me up i'm a single mom to 3 little girls, this is the second FMLA from my job. i'm desprete help please look me up Anna lopez gonzalez on facebookView Thread
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