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Severe Back Pain? Severe Back Pain?

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Unread 11-26-2004, 12:19 PM
Severe Back Pain?

Hello,
I was just wondering....
I have always had back pain, and was told that alot of it is linked to the adenomyosis. The Dr wrote me out of work, but I took on a framing job with my S.O. for some x-mas money and since I started that job my back pain has become unbelievably excrushiating.
So my question was... does anyone think this is still the adeno, or do I most likely need to make another Dr appointment?
I'm trying to stay away from the Dr because I'm trying to make
x-mas money not Dr money
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Unread 11-26-2004, 12:29 PM
Severe Back Pain?

I've had trouble with back pain for years. Since my surgery (in part for adenomyosis) I haven't had any back pain. However, it could be because I also had a rectocele repair and can't sit right now. I think sitting contributes to my back pain.

Since your surgery is coming up soon, why don't you wait and see how your back is afterwards? Meanwhile try and take it easy on your back. Lift correctly, sit correctly, try not to stay bent over too much. I know those aren't easy if you're framing, but you don't want to hurt either.
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Unread 11-28-2004, 01:05 AM
Syzy

I have had backpain for years and they sent me to a pain management specialist. They said Maybe it is brasitist. gave me meds.
Now, my Gyn says stop going to therepy and have the surgery- It may be all the problems are piled up on your pelvis and when we do the LAVH and tape then we can see if you have releif.
So, maybe surgery (we are going on the same day)
andI will pray for you!

Sharing your special day,
Leslie
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Unread 11-28-2004, 05:40 AM
Severe Back Pain?

I also had terrible back pain. It was thought that I may have adenomyosis, but it turned out my belly was full of adhesions. I pushed myself terribly before surgery to get things accomplished I knew I wouldn't be able to do post op. I can't say for certain now if that pain is better, but time will tell. My suggestion is to lay low preop. Take good care of your self and don't over do. I am confident my 20 + years of back pain are gonna resolve. Best wishes to you.
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Unread 11-28-2004, 11:21 AM
Severe Back Pain?

I have Adeno & fibroid and my back pain is getting worse. I have never had any injury to my back. My GYN said he thought it was from the Adeno/Fibroid.
Boneta, MO
Sched. 12-21-04 TAH/BSO
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Unread 11-28-2004, 11:36 AM
Severe Back Pain?

Hello

I have severe lower back pain as well. I have no idea though what causes it.
I'm full of fibromas and a cyst in the fallopian tube. I hope after surgery my back pain will subside.

What is adenomyosis ?

Hope you'll feel better soon take care !

smiles & dreams
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Unread 11-28-2004, 07:20 PM
Severe Back Pain?

Reading your posts has really helped me. I have been living with/writing about my back pain and its possible/probable connection to my cycle for a long time, and this thread came at the PERFECT time since I am less than three weeks from my date...

Please, anyone with more success stories will be most appreciated...
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Unread 11-28-2004, 07:49 PM
Severe Back Pain?

It might be a little early for me post a "success" story as my TVH-BSO w/A & P was on 11/17, but I could tell as I woke up from the "fog" after surgery that my back pain was GONE (and it wasn't the drugs :-)! I've had a sort of burning achey feeling in my low back for years & it is truly gone. I guess I didn't know how bad it felt til I got rid of it. That, to me, is an almost bigger bonus than losing the period each month! I hope you all experience that same relief I have!
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Unread 11-29-2004, 12:52 AM
Severe Back Pain?

I can so relate to the back pain, especially that burning and throbbing, I hurt so bad that I want to just crawl out of my own skin, and it has only been getting worse in the last few months, along with me looking like I am 5 months pregnant. Ooh, I can't wait for that to go away! My doctor said the pain is most likely related, so i can't wait for some relief! I have had severe lower back pain for years, I am so glad to hear I am not alone. Well I am sorry that anyone else has had to or is currently going through back pain.
I am so glad I found this sight and can find comfort in what I have read in knowing that I am not alone with some of the things I have experienced, or am going through. I like that I can get an idea of what to expect, I am concidering the fact that we are all different.
I wish you all well, and good fortune. (The fortune being pain free, and back to our normal lives once again!)
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Unread 11-29-2004, 03:58 PM
Severe Back Pain?

Grrrr the back pain has been horrible for about 2 weeks now, more than normal. I did find though that the "Thermacare" relieves it enough to be bareable. Just a suggestion for all us ladies with this pain. It allowed me to sleep last night.
Can't wait for the surgery... I'm not sure which I'm gonna like most, no more back pain or no more tummy pain! hmmmm
Just the thought makes me so happy
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