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Incontinence

Question
Posted by: Krys | 2020/04/03

Q.

Overactive or damage?

I am a 54 yr old female that had a 6mm stone broken & removed w/stent placement in November 2019 (this was the 2nd stone [4mm] in a yr but only one that had to be physically removed). Stent came out on its own 5 days later w/o pain. To date, I am still suffering from severe incontinence. Dr. put me on meds a few months ago, they are not helping. Of course w/C-Vid19, I cannot get back to Drs office; I have demanded to see specialist at OSU (this urologist & her boss are refusing the referral). I am reading that incontinence is rare in these situations. What can I do? I am at a complete loss & have no idea where to go from here! Thank you.

Expert's Reply

A.

Incontinence Expert
- 2020/04/16

Your condition is difficult to explain from the surgery you have had.

You certainly require investigation as to the cause.
At a minimum, I would suggest a Urine culture, ultrasound and diagnostic cystoscopy.
Kind regards
Prenevin

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