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    Dear colleagues, I am a german urogynecologist and I am very familiar with the surgical therapy of the vaginal posterior fornix syndrome. This syndrome is due to the laxity of the utero-sacral ligaments and/or presence of an enterocoele, with an descended ...

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    Mary, pelvic pain (including back and abdominal pain) can indeed occur after hysterectomy and repair of prolapse. But, there are many questions to answer and many possibilities to investigate before assuming that the uterosacral ligament suspension is ...

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    Colleagues, Urogynecology is experiencing a global increase in regulation to restrict the use of mesh in reconstructive pelvic surgery. The stories from women who have suffered complications from surgery using mesh are an important driver of this phenomenon. ...

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