what are they going to do? Have they described the test and why they need to do it?
I have had a repair which was both anterior and posterior- it was mainly anterior but he said tightening the posterior wall would give extra support.
That was almost 17 years ago now. I didn't have any tests -he just looked!
Question is- are you leaking? I thought they used what they calla "Q Tip test"- which is inserting a cotton bud (Q Tip) into the urethra to find the angle of it and then work out how much "slack" is there and how much repair needs to be done. They often do the TVT procedure instead of/as well as the anterior repair.
Urodynamics where they fill your bladder and watch for leakage is most often done for overactive bladder, rather than repairs.
I got sent away with no tests the first time - my GP made a fuss & I got seen by the consultant basically so she could say 'see I told you, you making a fuss about nothing'
They inserted a catheter then filled my bladder with water & I said 'Umm I think I am leaking' the nurse said 'no that is just the sensation of cold water'then she leant on the bed and said 'Hang on there is water everywhere'
So as fast as they were filling my bladder it was leaking
They took that catheter out & put a different one in that had a bubble which expanded & kept the water in
They filled me up again and asked me to stand up - I leaked even thought the bubble was expanded
Then they let the bubble out and I stood there & the water gushed out of me
Then she asked me to do star jumps - I sort of braced to jump and even more water came out
She (the consultant) said 'Oh I think you have a bit more of a problem than I thought'
The TVT has been fab - I can do most things - I still have to be careful lifting but that is because it is uncomfortable rather than because I leak & I can't trampoline as I will still leak