Re: Pain when sitting
From: Jo Eslick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu Jan 31 03:38:26 2002
Yes! I do have a problem with sitting for long periods of time, and yes it can be relieved by me standing up, but I have residual pain which can last for many hours later. It has gotten to the point for me that my father-in-law has made me a desk to use while I recline in bed so that I can continue to work on my laptop.
I will send a longer email to you in the next few days, at the moment I am very busy building a website with a friend and doing a few other things. Your pain around the ovary and back is familiar to me. I had mine removed last April, and yes I think I kinda regret it. I will explain next time we talk.
Love & hugs
>From: T423@att.net (Tanya)
>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>Subject: Pain when sitting
>Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 20:31:06 -0600
>Hello everyone. I'm not new to the board as, I've been reading your
>messages for a long time. I think I may have posted about a year ago.
>I've been wondering...does anyone here have pain upon sitting (most of
>the time) and relieved when you stand up?
>I had a laparoscopy a few years ago, endometriosis found with adhesions.
>My left ovary was adhered to my sigmoid colon all of which adhered to my
>pelvic sidewall. Had total relief for six months from constipation.
>Since that time, I've been diagnosed with pelvic congestion syndrome via
>venography which I've been told can cause pain when you sit. Thing is
>though, now I'm concerned that a great deal of pain that I'm
>experiencing is around my left ovary and seems to appear when I sit down
>and, I can feel a sickening sensation sort of in my back seemingly
>behind my ovary. Does any of this sound familiar to anyone?
>I just requested today another lap and am scheduled in a couple of
>weeks. If nothing earthshaking is found, I've decided to have an
>ovarian vein embolization to hopefully take care of the pelvic
>congestion syndrome. If no relief from that, then maybe, a pain
>Can anyone relate?