Re: my gyn has referred me to a gastrointestinal/internal medicine dr?
From: Millie (email@example.com)
Wed May 30 19:33:51 2001
This happened to me in 2000. I had a colonoscopy done. The Dr. said in the
written report that the lower left portion of the colon appeared to be
fixed, probably due to adhesions from endo. He could only pass the scope to
the splenic flexure because of patient intolerance.
He told me to see a gyn. I won't go into all of that now, but after an
un-needed TAH in January of this year, I believe the adhesions are back,
especially the way I feel tonight. The gastro would say it is either IBS, or
else say it's in my head, and the ob/gyn called me her 'colicky baby' after
surgery. Some Drs. may take a look inside to see what's going on, but some
of them will tell you that adhesions can come back after each subsequent
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From: "gidge" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS"
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 5:13 PM
Subject: my gyn has referred me to a gastrointestinal/internal medicine dr?
> Further to my post yesterday about ongoing bowel pain,my gyn's office
> just called and told me they have referred me to a
> gastrointestinal/internal medicine doctor for evaluation. If this bowel
> pain I"m having is recurring adhesions on my bowel will he be able to
> help me? Do they operate or do they send you to a general? I've never
> been to one before can anyone help?