Re: Adhesions return

From: Robin (
Thu Mar 9 14:40:38 2000

I know what you are talking about with not being able to stand for very long, I have that problem too, & sometimes if I sit in a chair for very long, the pain is really bad. I seem to be better if I could just lay in bed, but eventually I have to get up, & the pain starts up. I cant seem to walk very much either, the more I walk, the worse the pain is. I can hardly go grocery shopping, because I start hurting from pushing the cart. Usually I have to take someone with me to the store, they will pull the cart & I lean on it, walking very slow. You can email me any time. Robin

At Thu, 9 Mar 2000, Sharon wrote: >
>I'm having problems with pain again after 13 years. Back in 1987 I went
>for a year in pain and after seeing around 5 to 10 doctors they told me
>it was in my head. They didn't no what it was. Finally they went in
>with a scope I saw and cut 2 large adhesions and I was told I had alot
>more little one's they couldn't cut because it would cuz more scar
>tissue. I have never had surgery before this to get adhesions in the
>first place. Well now I'm back in pain. I'm wondering why it gets so
>bad when I stand for long periods of time and it will some what go aways
>when I sit down. I went for a catscan today. I see a doctor Monday
>about having my colon checked also. My mom has a history of colon
>polyps. So I thought that would be a good idea. I felt good after they
>cut them the first time. I wondering if I can feel the same this time.
>I just want to feel better. I glad I found someone who will actually
>understand how I feel. Just getting up in the morning and starting to
>move around and can feel that it's going to hurt, it's on my right side.
>As I stand and try to go to work, which I need to stand all day, my
>knees get weaker and the pain gets worse and all I want to do is sit
>down. I'm normally a very active person so this really messes me up. I
>hate it so much. Please someone write back and talk to me. Thanks
>Sharon Gnas


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