What I am saying is only a person's opinion and should not be taken as medical advice.
I do feel that based on the information that you supplied you are going to have to have the hysterectomy and the bladder lift.
I wish you had addressed the problem a few months ago when the Kegelmaster (with the assistance of the 2nd Device) might have helped prevent theses procedures.
After a proper post-operation recovery period (usually at least 6 weeks) you should start using the Kegelmaster (and 2nd Device) to prevent the lift from ever having to be repeated. That surgery often fails because the muscle is STILL not being exercised.
With your uterus gone, there is a "void" which makes the bladder more likely to drop again; also because of the loss of estrogen.
I emphasize that what I am saying should not be substituted for medical advice specifically for you.
You might as well get the Kegelmaster now, see if it could possibly help - at least build up the muscle prior to the surgery, so that the surgeon has more to work with.
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