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has ANYONE had good luck with adhesion removal surgery??? has ANYONE had good luck with adhesion removal surgery???

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Unread 04-07-2006, 11:04 AM

Hi slt,
To answer your questions, yes and no!!! You know how that is. I really don't think I ever had any pain with urinating, bowel movements weren't fun, but not painful. But I know what you mean about how the pains "move around" get a little better (at least bearable, but always there) and then WHAMP, it's like someone wacks you with a bat and you are left standing there thinking, where did that come from? This is why it is so hard to explain it to doctors. I am sitting here two weeks post-op and the "old" pains are still there, just hoping surgery helps with the WHAM pain. The constant pain I've had since TAH/BSO will never leave, nerve damage and that's that. For you, the only way to dx this is with a lap, which can cause more nerve damage. I know those four "little" holes are still so tender to the touch that I'm afraid they will heal like the TAH scar and ALSO always be tender. I just knew I came to the point that something HAD to be done. Mentally I am feeling better, just need to accept the fact that I will never be the same. I hope you have a good doctor, for me, that has been one of the biggest problems, finding one that "listens". I still don't think my primary care MD gets it, and she's a woman! At least now I have proof to show her!!
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Unread 04-07-2006, 11:27 AM
has ANYONE had good luck with adhesion removal surgery???

Thanks for the reply, whatsnormal. I know it will take
a lap to really know, and then it is not a sure bet, and
it is very difficult to find a good Dr. As far as being
left with more pain I know that can be. There is question on whether I have a rectocele too, but I know
in my heart if someone cut into my vagina, I would
hurt there forever, I just know it, it is like where ever
they touch me, it just continues to hurt. My vagina is
already so sensitive, to cut into it would be, well I can't
even think about it.
Unread 04-20-2006, 05:05 PM
hi again

Hello sisters,
I say this with caution!! Tomorrow will be four weeks since my lap, and I wore jeans yesterday and today, and not the ones with elastic waist bands! Yes, the original incision is still tender, I know it will always be, but to wear jeans, that is something to sing about!! Hopefully the lap worked, at least somewhat.
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Unread 04-20-2006, 05:36 PM
has ANYONE had good luck with adhesion removal surgery???

Yippee!!! Thanks for posting!!! It is an inspiration to all of us that you are doing a bit better!! I hope your improvement continues at a steady rate! Take care

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