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I am 66 and have been using a pessary for several years. I have the same insertion, removal and cleaning process. It works great and I have had no issues. I will stick with this as opposed to surgery as long as I can.
Hi! I am now 72 and had a hysterectomy when I was 30. First bladder lift at 35 second around 40. I have had pelvic floor therapy and not had much of a problem since. I have some leakage but I have other issues that are taking precedence right now. Find a doc that deals with the therapy methods…there are new techniques out there. The pessary thing sounds messy and like something my grandmother had…lol. But, don't give up…no reason we older women can't age gracefully.