I Had Elective Surgery During COVID-19

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Three months ago, I had elective surgery to repair a defect in my urethra. I was experiencing something a lot of women my age experience — stress urinary incontinence or SUI— but in my case, it was caused not by childbirth or a lack of tone in my pelvic floor. I’m one of the rare cases where a simple physical defect causes me to wet myself if I cough…

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Champion of Strong Women | Seeker of truth, enlightenment, and avocado toast | Top Writer in Humor | Staunch defender of the Oxford Comma

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