Susan Cloutier ignored the bleeding, the pain and the incontinence—until her body insisted, no more.
A prolapsed organ led a 68-year-old retiree to choose surgery. The outcome: She'll be back on the ski slopes this winter.
After years of urinary incontinence, Tammy Anderson finally found relief.
For two years, prolapse brought Coleen Venema to a near standstill—but then she found a doctor who could put things back together.
Surgery to repair a prolapsed bladder puts active Northern Michigan 60-year-old back on the road to adventure.
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Help is available.
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