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Andromeda

Andromeda
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Hello there,
A little bit about me!

I am Andromeda. I live in the East of England, but hail originally from New Zealand.
My hobbies are knitting, pets. short story and poetry writing and music.

I became bladder incontinent recently, and like most went down the route of seeing doctors for help with this condition.
I found that at first the help was welcomed, and I was under the care of the incontinent nurse at my local doctors' surgery.
I was told to keep a bladder journal and went to appointments to get help with the kegel exercises.

Unfortunately, the exercises weren't helping(I was told I had a slight prolapse of the bladder)
A few months of continually seeking help at the doctors' surgery, I was then placed on a waiting list to see a gynaecologist who
would help me.
Now a year or more down the line, nothing was ever resolved and I have given up on the medical profession.
I live and manage my incontinence myself.

I am looking to make friends with people and hear about their incontinent journeys.
 
Welcome and enjoy
 
Hello and welcome Andromeda, I had something similar happen to me with doctors.
They started to experiment with me using different prescriptions and just got tired of being a laboratory test subject, I started managing my incontinence on my own.
There are alot of nice people here at Adisc, very helpful and love to chat.
 
Andromeda said:
Hello there,
A little bit about me!

I am Andromeda. I live in the East of England, but hail originally from New Zealand.
My hobbies are knitting, pets. short story and poetry writing and music.

I became bladder incontinent recently, and like most went down the route of seeing doctors for help with this condition.
I found that at first the help was welcomed, and I was under the care of the incontinent nurse at my local doctors' surgery.
I was told to keep a bladder journal and went to appointments to get help with the kegel exercises.

Unfortunately, the exercises weren't helping(I was told I had a slight prolapse of the bladder)
A few months of continually seeking help at the doctors' surgery, I was then placed on a waiting list to see a gynaecologist who
would help me.
Now a year or more down the line, nothing was ever resolved and I have given up on the medical profession.
I live and manage my incontinence myself.

I am looking to make friends with people and hear about their incontinent journeys.
Hello and welcome
 
Welcome to Adisc and hopefully you can find information to help you deal with your this. I’m so glad I found this place as well when I had a similar situation. It has brought me LOTS of peace and comfort.
 
Welcome
 
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