Thanks for getting back to me. I'm glad your AUS is working for you. You are proof that there is life after incontinence.
Obviously I am on the fence here: AUS vs. Sling. At 15 months, I know have to do something. My existing leak rate is manageable if I only "tiptoe through the tulips" all day. But life is more than sitting still. Just one draw on my Bowtech Diamond Liberty and my pad is full - even with the 80% let-off cam. Bend over to throw a log in the fire and I get a small squirt running down over my bits and into the pad. Jump up from the kitchen table suddenly to answer the phone and I have to continue the run to the bathroom. (Hey Cajun Jeff, Next time you call, listen carefully for the tinkling.)
The incontinence doc is a sling man, University of Rochester Dr. Mayer, so naturally he will recommend the sling. (Or am I just being a cynic.)
Does anyone here with a sling feel the cling or is it so far up inside as to be out of reach? Can you simulate the action of the sling by pushing up on your perineum or is it a completely different action?
Virtually everything I purchase comes with at least a 90 day warranty, and real quality products like Craftsman tools, Zippo lighters and Ruger firearms are guaranteed for life.
Unfortunately, I know there are no guarantees in this business but I sure wish I could at least try before I buy.
Thanks for your help.