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BOWEL AID AS SUPPLEMENTARY MANAGEMENT IN MESH COMPLICATION-RELATED PAIN: A CASE REPORT

Authors: Lin Da Aw, Ishak Zainol1, Heng Hai Chew, Chye Wah Yu

Int J Med Res Health Sci.2016;5(1):115-117 | pdf PDF Full Text

Millions of women suffering from urinary incontinence (UI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP) globally, and many had synthetic sub-urethral procedures which is one of the mainstay therapy of stress urinary incontinence. It is paramount to learn from patients with mesh complications; in this particular case, perineal pain and dyspareunia related to complication of synthetic sub-urethral sling procedure. This patient has cessation of debilitating pain with the conservative use of bowel aid, and yet she remains to be continent in uresis.

Keywords: Bowel aid, Mesh complications, Synthetic sub-urethral procedures

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