Re: A little bit of panic setting in

From: Janice Simpson (
Sun Jul 14 21:27:27 2002

Lisa, Good luck with your upcoming surgery and I hope it is a success. Let us know when you get back how you are doing. Is there anyway someone can let one of us on the forum know how you made out after your surgery? You are in my prayers for a swift and adhesions free recovery. Your friend, Jan

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From: Karen PinckardSent: Sunday, July 14, 2002 9:16 PM To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS Subject: Re: A little bit of panic setting in

Lisa, I'm keeping you in my prayers. And wishing you future pain free days. I know going so far away to have this done is frightning, but please remember we are all with you. There have been so many new people on the board lately, its a little hard to keep up with. I myself mostly read and answer very little but I did want you to know I am thinking of you. Always, Karen P. (Louisiana)

>----- Original Message -----
From: "Lisa" <> To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS" <> Sent: Saturday, July 13, 2002 9:36 PM Subject: A little bit of panic setting in

> Hello everyone,
> I posted awhile back about my surgery in Frankfurt Germany on July 19th..
> I was kind of surprised that I only received one reply. Anyway, we
> leave on Tuesday the 16th. I'm really getting nervous,or maybe a little
> panicy would be a better word. I know this is quite possibly my best
> shot at getting rid of this devil pain,they will be using gasless
> laparoscopy, and of course the new wonderful spraygel, but it is
> surgery, and in a foreign country that I don't speak the language, just
> kinda freaking me out! I know that everything will be okay, really, and
> I try to stay focused on the light at the end of the tunnel, and it
> looks pretty bright from here. Please keep me in your prayers and I'll
> let you know how it went, when I can.
> Lisa, from Ohio (I've noticed another Lisa posting lately)

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