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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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mrsvet28

Va Primary Doc Said Mrvet Had Bladder Cancer

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So an update to the whole saga-Primary Care new doc that MRvet was assigned to(other one retired)read that he had bladder cancer from a Scan and scared the crap out of us..fortunately we had outsourced when you could (they no longer will let him)

the private urologist said he had a long overdue TURP needed-(which when they attempted it at the VAMC the equipment broke during the procedure and neddless to say he couldnt pee in peace for along time after that) then the VAMC had no urologists for months after that-so our Congressman said we could go private(the urologist he privately had quitworking for the VA and had a private practice so he felt comfortable with him and trusted him)he successfully had the TURP with private uro. it wasnt cancer but a long overdue care - we thank our stars because the VAMC-would have removed his bladder unnecessarily --...ps. now he pees like a baby does :P

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I am glad it worked out. To many Vets depend on VA for Health Care and look at what could have happened

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So an update to the whole saga-Primary Care new doc that MRvet was assigned to(other one retired)read that he had bladder cancer from a Scan and scared the crap out of us..fortunately we had outsourced when you could (they no longer will let him)

the private urologist said he had a long overdue TURP needed-(which when they attempted it at the VAMC the equipment broke during the procedure and neddless to say he couldnt pee in peace for along time after that) then the VAMC had no urologists for months after that-so our Congressman said we could go private(the urologist he privately had quitworking for the VA and had a private practice so he felt comfortable with him and trusted him)he successfully had the TURP with private uro. it wasnt cancer but a long overdue care - we thank our stars because the VAMC-would have removed his bladder unnecessarily --...ps. now he pees like a baby does :P

Congratulations mrsvet... A heavy weight has been lifted off your shoulders. I am sure MRvet is pleased with the outcome, as well.. He is a lucky guy. Not only because he doesn't have cancer. He has you.

Edited by Commander Bob 92-93

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He should pee over the Moon right on top of that VA urologist's empty head.

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Glad to hear that he doesn't have bladder cancer!!! So, so scary about that VA doc though....

First time I met her and told her his symptoms and his medical history-she told me you be quiet i'm the doctor-so I replied how old is he? no answer.......... <_<

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