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Unread 05-21-2005, 06:54 PM
Can I tell my DR I told you so?

Oh,yeah,it does sound like increased scar tissue.
Please do tell your MD ,"I told you so." They all need to listen better and be more creative and understanding in diagnosing and helping people.
Sorry, I just needed to vent that last part.
Sharon
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Unread 05-22-2005, 12:39 AM
Can I tell my DR I told you so?

Hey Sharon,

It is now saturday and I saw my dr on thursday. She is really concerned about the severe tenderness in the lower right pelvic area. I am scheduled for surgery on on July 14. It is suppose to be a lap but will probably end up being an open abdominal. She did her usual pelvic exam and that sent me through the roof. I actually had tears the pain was so bad. We were hoping it could be sooner but neither of our schedules jived. I will do my best to keep sain until then and I will do a lot of meditation. I have 4 days left of school so I will be able to loaf. I wil be leaving for for Phoenix and then to California in about two weeks. I will be able to lie back and try to enjoy the ride but we will see how that goes. Thanks for the the insight. Homiopathic hasn't worked either. I am just hoping the surgery takes care of it. Thanks again!
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Unread 05-22-2005, 06:42 PM
Can I tell my DR I told you so?

I wouldn't say "I told you so". Doctors don't want to operate on adhesions unless there's no other choice because surgery often makes it worse (I know , hard to imagine it could be worse).

This doctor sounds like she is trying to help you, so maintaining a good relationship will be better for both of you. You could always change doctors later on, but it sounds to me like she's doing right by you.

Best wishes!
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Unread 05-22-2005, 07:58 PM
Can I tell my DR I told you so?

I really like my doctor and I wouldn't think of switching. I am just very thankful she is on the same page as I am. I know surgery is the last resort and I didn't want to have it to begin with. I just want the pain to go away. My dr is unsure of where the pain is coming from and since pain mangement made it worse she wants to go in and see if there is anything else. I am hoping that it is just adhesions at this point.
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Unread 05-24-2005, 08:28 AM
Can I tell my DR I told you so?

Sally:

Sending for a successful (and final) surgery! I know you hated the idea of another surgery, as we all do, but in your case it does seem like the best option you have.

I am so thankful that your gyn is wonderful. We all deserve caring compassionate docs who really listen to our needs!

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