Re: Laprascopy complications question

From: Bernie and Beverly Doucette (
Wed May 24 08:32:06 2000

Chris.... If you look back in this forum you will find that the very " FIRST " patient to undergo an adhesiolysis laporoscopy in the new Adhesion Center in Scranton, Pennsylvania was a man! And why would you think a man couldn't or woulnd't be able to have a laporoscopic surgery?

I am sure I didn't look much different inside my abdominel cavity during my adhesiolysis then Jim I had all my female organs removed long ago..many of us have, not to much else left that would distinguish me from a male once they get in there!!! Unless you know something I don't?


>----- Original Message -----
From: JIM <JJHEINZ@UWM.EDU> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <> Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 7:04 PM Subject: Re: Laprascopy complications question

> Yes, I really am a man. We are assuming it is adhesions since I had
> them after my first surgery, althought they did not cause any problems.
> I will keep you posted on what happens.
> >
> >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.
> --
> Jim from Milwaukee

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