Yes I did, and I am so happy about it. My advice would be to do a little research first to make sure you're going to a forward thinking one.
thank you so much for answering...
I think in this one area of medicine my choices are very limited...ie: I had never heard of anything beyond a regular "urologist" until this and was in fact referred to one who repaired a testicular rupture on my husband from a motorcycle accident excellently..but somehow seemed wrong for my needs?
I've had problems since I was 20....Im now 33 and it seems to be a mixed issue because kegels arent the issues ya know?
I too know this is an old thread... For those who are looking for solutions... See you you can get a referral to a physical therapist who is trained to deal with incontinence issues - I finally had had it the end of this summer with leaks. Went and saw one and she was amazingly helpful.
My family: me , dh , ds (11), dd1 (9), and dd2 (3).
Tout va s'arranger à la fin. Si elle ne fonctionne pas; ce n'est pas la fin.
Cind12, it got better-- so, so, so much better. It did take a while, but it did get better. My daughter is 2 now, and I don't think too much about it now. It's a terrible thing to have happen, and I still don't really know why it did happen, but I am better know.
Texmati-- Knitter, Hindu, vegetarian, WOHM. Wife to superdad and mom to DS 24 months, and DD 8 months! .