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Unread 01-31-2012, 04:51 PM
Adeno pain questions

My adeno has gotten quite bad in recent weeks. I am looking forward to having my surgery. (feb 13)

i have back pain and abdomen pain, leg pain and swelling, a twisted pelvis, urinary and bowel problems just to name a few.

i have trouble imagining life without this pain, i no longer have no-pain and pain days. Now its just painful and more painful days. pain to the point of getting sick.

I guess my question is does it go away? i guess it would have to as the huge problem will be gone. and how long did it take for some of you ladies to feel better after?

thanks in advance - you ladies rock!
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Unread 02-02-2012, 11:24 PM
Re: Adeno pain questions

I felt better right after surgery. It is hard to explain because I was in some amount of discomfort from the surgery. I still have surgical pain almost 2 months later. I am a very slow healer. Many of my strange pains were gone. And my stress incontinence was gone although for the first several weeks my bladder was sore and I had to pee a lot.

I no longer have stabbing bowel pains. I don't know if that was adhesions or adeno. The leg pain is gone, so is the back pain.

It is hard to say what will go but most likely you will feel much better and then you can figure out what to do with any remaining problems.

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