Prayers for Healing

This morning at eight thirty California time, Dr. Raz will be removing the bladder of a woman who has suffered for years because on her implant surgery. I am asking for prayers for her and her family so that after … Read More

Constant Bladder Infections

The last three blogs I have written have been about the new FDA warning status on the antibiotics in the family of fluoroquinolones. If you did not read them and you have been taking Cipro or others in this family … Read More

Report Your Complications NOW

I don’t think women realize how important it is to report their mesh complications to the FDA. They do not realize that no one else will do it if they don’t. They don’t realize that the key to stop doctors … Read More

Emotional Support Dog

I rarely write about our dog rescue on this blog because it is a separate part of my life, but this week I learned something because of our rescue when a wonderful dog called Lula was adopted out after living … Read More

After Surgery Care

So many women are waiting to go to UCLA for mesh removal and as the date for surgery approaches, we are overwhelmed by things we have to do at home.  Before we leave and because most of us are Moms, … Read More

Scar Tissue Formation

I just posted a three blogs about an adhesive barriers that is supposed to reduce scar tissue problems. However just like mesh, it may work on some people and cause others immune problems. There are lawsuits to do with this … Read More

Read Tributes to Dr. Raz

I know women have to wait several months to go to Dr. Raz and the time waiting can be agonizing. Every woman has to decide for herself where she will go for mesh removal and I never decide for them. … Read More

Your Mesh Story & Mine

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There is not a morning now that I don’t get up without I feel very Blessed. It is very simple. The mesh that was destroying my body is out! But I am mindful of how many women still live with … Read More

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