How should I deal with recurrent bladder infections?
I have had them for 55 years since my first birth - had 9 pregnancies and a tilted pelvis - at age 80 I do not want surgery - have had to many and dealing with liver and heart issues. I have been on Macro bid for many years which has kept me from having them. now have a new doctor and he won't deal with it. I am 80 and even if it does affect something else - who cares, I am ready to check out of this world in the next few years - having so many health issues. Bladder overlaps -what to take
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