and would it be major to remove.
I am not exactly sur what you mean when you are talking about a bladder sling if it is anything like a catheter then lots of fols have (or a suseptiablile) to have Urinary tract infections that require ongoing antibiotics, to be safe for you it might be the better thing if you discuss this with the doctor or health care provider, I want above all for you to be safe and if this causes this problem then they can provide you with information that give you benefits and the question is does the benefits outweight the risks of using this I am sorry that I could not be of more help please take care
Infections are a reasonably common complication of bladder slings. You should talk with your specialist - there are other alternatives which may be better for you.
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