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Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel??? Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel???

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Unread 12-31-2008, 10:43 PM
Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel???

Hi all, and happy new year,

First let me say that I do not know this is a problem yet or not. BUT, there is cervix scar tissue, something on the back of my cervix, and bowel symptoms.

I have read lots of old posts here about drs. leaving the cervix in because it was fused to bowel, and the risk would be a temporary or even permanent colostomy bag! That, is way beyond freakout for me. However, I am disabled with pain, and dr.has implicated the cervix.

Any success stories out there???

CC
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Unread 12-31-2008, 11:54 PM
Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel???

(((CC))) Please try not to get ahead of yourself here. What you're describing may have nothing to do with anything being 'fused' at all. If your DR feels the bowel may be involved, s/he would probably have a general surgeon involved in your surgery and require a more involved bowel prep before surgery. In that case, many women have done just fine when the cervix has to be separated from the bowel or other structures.

Best of luck with your surgery.

s,
-Linda
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Unread 01-01-2009, 12:57 AM
Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel???

I had everything cemented together, bowel, bladder, ovaries, ureters, all stuck to my uterus. Undetected endo stage 4- essentially from my ribs to my cervix. I lost my left ovary that I supposed to keep, but they picked everything else apart. Took 5 hours, but everything is healing well and as a bonus I'm way more stable on HRT than I ever was on my own hormones.
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Unread 01-02-2009, 06:19 PM
Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel???

I've had ovaries attached to my bowel, but not my cervix. One ovary was about 14 years ago. (Had it removed 10 years ago) I had one doc open me and look at it and refused to do it. I had to find another doc.

Then at my hysterectomy, my ovary with 3 cysts was attached to my bowel and then the bowel was also attached to my abdomen. I know it isn't the same, but everything came out fine.

Good luck!
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Unread 01-03-2009, 07:32 PM
Any princesses have luck with dr. removing cervix fused to bowel???

agee with linda dont over worry , dr wont know for sure till he is in there and syptomes of somany things are close you never knwo till there in there. good luck
hugs
lisa
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