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This can happen in few patients when they approach menopause
The time of menopause differs among people,
It may extend from 45 to 55 yrs
But, I don't want you to ignore the symptoms
Get a ultrasound scan abdomen once to see if Endometrial[Inner uterine layer] thickness is normal
To ruleout any other uterine and cervical abnormalities.
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There is much more information that would be needed to be able to judge whether this would be considered neglect. However, if there is a physician that is presenting to patients that they are of a specialty that is false or that they have training that is false, that would clearly be a violation of state licensing rules and regulations. You can file a complaint with the Medical Board in your state and they will be able to investigate the issue and take action, as appropriate.
A bad outcome, either because of fistula formation or failed surgery, does not prove that there is negligence.
I am not a Urologist, but I have experience as a Medical Director at a hospital, and I can tell you that every surgeon will have occasional complications or other bad outcomes. We consider taking action against surgeons only if there is a higher rate of complications. I can also tell you that if you want to stop him from doing surgeries, the best action for you to take is to complain to the Medical Board in your state. A single lawsuit will not get him to stop doing surgeries.
Filing a complaint with the Medical Board is not suing, but would be the best method to keep this from happening to other children.