This is Why You Hurt with Mesh Inside by Stacy Dean Seymour

Today’s blog is by a guest host: Stacy Dean Seymour

Why we hurt?
The anchors are thread through the sacrospinous ligament that parallels the pudendal nerve and branches. (Nerve damage) They are anchored with a grommet on both sides of pelvis. This is why you have pelvic pain, hip pain and every pain, as well as lower back pain. Then two more needles are thread through blindly ( by touch and expert: cough cough) to both sides of obturator foramen. This is why you are unable to sit, your hips are killing and your bum feels like glass is in it.

And as time goes by- providing you didn’t wake up in the PACU hanging from the ceiling saying “WTF” the mesh tightens as you heal, it calcifies like hard melted plastic, and or when you heal your body heals from the inside out and eventually rejects it and or begins the protrusion into your orifices. Your bodies autoimmune response kicks in immediately and produces killer cells-that begins another cascade of immuno response! I can’t sleep tonight and saw a few new people and took my nursing knowledge, research and personal experience of WTF happened to me. I hope this helps and sometimes visualizing is the best way to understand a process. I wish you all well and hope we all can find peace in some shape or form. – Stacy Dean Seymour

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