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Old 07-21-2012, 06:09 PM
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Question Dropped Bladder

I have an elderly friend who says she felt something unusual while showering, and went to her doctor. After seeing a specialist, she was told that it was a dropped bladder, and very common among older women who have had children.

They said there was no treatment needed, unless she started to experience pain. So far she is pain-free in the bladder department.

I find it odd that they didn't want to suppot the bladder somehow, with a mesh of some sort. Is this common in women? Can it be harmless to just let it shift and go where it may?
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