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Having had two bladder "tacks" several years ago and after

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Having had two bladder "tacks" several years ago and after gaining about 100 pounds since, my bladder has not been leaking at all. On Oct. 12, I had a piece of cartilage removed from L4-5 which was pinching a nerve which caused severe leg pain. Upon awakening after surgery and getting up to go to the bathroom, I had a little urinary leaking but thought nothing of it. However, since then I have had to wear pads as just about as I feel the need to void, I begin leaking all the way to the bathroom. My neurosurgeon feels this is not related to the surgery. I am 69 years old and this problem is getting old. What to do and whom to see?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr Chaithanya replied 1 year ago.

Hi, I'm Dr Chaithanya, attending you today

As the problem has begun from the time of surgery, it is definitely related to surgery

But a Urologist or Uro surgeon can help you sort out what exactly is wrong

Hope the information helps!

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Expert:  Dr Chaithanya replied 1 year ago.

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