Dana, I have never had endo, what caused my was I had a abdominal hyst.
and got a abscess a few days later, and after that cleared up I started
right side pain and had another surgery to take out the right ovary and
about 3 weeks after that surgey I started pain on my left side and about
2 years later had my left ovary and at that surgery the adhesions were
>At Fri, 3 Mar 2000, Dana wrote >Thanks for your message. I did see my surgeon and he was more than >happy to answer all my questions. I didn't really grill him - just had >a few questions regarding the surgery. He believes I will be fine - >thinks I will fully recover and have no pain. He said that during my >last surgery, the colon was stuck to the abdominal wall. He says that >will cause pain and trouble later. He said he reconstructed my omentum >so that if I did develop further adhesions, they would stick to that >fatty layer and still be able to move rather than being stationary. > >He did use the word "crazy" when describing people that contribute all >their pain to adhesions. I wanted to ask him if he had ever even HAD >abdominal surgery, as he is a fairly young physician. It is very >frustrating. > >But anyway, no I do not have endo, just adhesions due to surgeries. I >am trying to keep a positive attitude as I know there is a definite >mind-body connection. > >Have most of the women on this forum had endo?? Take care - Dana