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My name is Enid , I am 50 years old, and I live in Puerto Rico. At the age of 24 I was diagnosed with invasive cervical cancer. Consequently I had to undergo a radical hysterectomy and radiation therapy. Approximately 6 years ago I was diagnosed with neurogenic bladder as a result of the surgery and radiation…20 years later! And regardless of how cautious I am when I self-cath, the bacteria has “colonized” my bladder. Now every 3-4 weeks (no exaggeration) I have to take intravenous antibiotics for 14 days since the ESBL e-coli bacteria has become resistant to all oral antibiotics. My doctors fear that eventually the bacteria will also become resistant to the IV antibiotics, but that there’s nothing else that they can do. They’ve suggested that I visit doctors in the U.S. but due to financial reasons and my job, this is not possible. Has anyone had a similar experience? Suggestions please. Thank you.
Welcome back Readers of NeurogenicBladder.me! Our blogging platform was undergoing an overhaul and we were down for a few days. This post will be a combined effort of Trudy and Julia, since Trudy needed some additional background research on this topic. Please note that this particular entry will be specific to those of you who…
I was so SURPRISED by my diagnosis of neurogenic bladder and bowel. So far, I do not know why my bladder and bowel misbehave, they just do. I spend a lot of time writing about causes in this blog because the more I learn this disability, it is amazing to me how easily it can happen.
Advice from a chemist. Know what you are taking.