Re: Laprascopy complications question

From: Bernie and Beverly Doucette (
Wed May 24 08:01:57 2000

Chris, Why would you question such a thing as in asking a person who they say they are?! I am hoping it was in jest??? And do you have adhesions? I thought you mentioned to me awhile ago that you did not have adhesions? Did you have a surgery or get info on a surgery that now shows that you do?


>----- Original Message -----
From: chris smith <> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <> Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 7:25 AM Subject: Re: Laprascopy complications question

> At Mon, 22 May 2000, JIM wrote:
> >
> >I am scheduled for laproscopic adhesiolysis on June 8. My surgeon told
> >me that she will inflate my abdominal cavity with CO2 gas so she will
> >have space to work. In speaking with someone who has had the same
> >experience I was told that the CO2 was very unpleasant when they came
> >out of the surgery.
> >
> >Can some of the posters to this message board give me their experiences
> >on problems, complications, or negative side effects with laproscopy? I
> >will still have the surgery but
> >I would like to be prepared for whatever might come. I have had enough
> >medical surprises lately.
> >
> >Thanks for your help.
> >
> >--
> >Jim from Milwaukee
> Hi!
> Are you really "Jim" from Milwaukee? I have never heard of a male having
> a laparoscopy so would be very interested to hear of your experience.
> The procedure is usually not a problem, its what they do once inside
> that seems to be what determines how much pain you have afterwards.
> Chris S.

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