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Unread 10-04-2004, 12:53 PM
back pain..

i was wondering if any of you ladies have had to deal with back pain. i have endo had a lavh in dec, had surgery again in august and now just found out that i have fibrosis... for almost 4 days i have had severe back pain!!!! like i used to have before the's the lower part of my back and shooting around to the front of the right side.. it aches all the time.. i still have a ovary (on the right side) i know that back pain is common with endo,but i just had surgery in august to "fix" everything..i'm still looking for any information on fibrosis and all's i can find is that is' extenisive scar tissue.. does anyone think this may causing my pain becasue it really does hurt... thanks it's so nice to know that there is a place where we can come and just vent!

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Unread 10-05-2004, 08:23 AM
back pain..

I wanted to send some s in your direction, because I know how frustrating both endo and back pain can be. I am continuing to deal with both 2 years post TAH/LSO. I just found out that I have arthritis in my SI joints and multiple trigger points in the muscles near them. I also believe that the endo monster (or adhesions/scar tissue) is causing some of the pain. I have an appointment with my gyn next week to discuss plans for a RSO.

I know it's frustrating, but I think you should address this in greater depth with your doctor. Good luck.

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