From: Kelly Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun Jul 28 11:27:27 2002
That does sound pretty good. Most people have pain right away after having
adhesions removed. Maybe this will be the surgery that we can count on. I
hope that they continue to let us know their progress. I am still trying to
find the right pain management course.
Does any one know how long it will be before they stop doing only the
clinical trials here?
Date: Sunday, July 28, 2002 06:47:08
To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
Subject: Re: Germany
I know that Helen D had spraygel with her surgery in Jan. Also Mary
Pomroy, from Canada, had surgery in April. She was a difficult case.
Nothing prior helped at all. She had side effects with the intergel.
With her surgery with spray gel, she didnt have any side effects. (she
can't even take asprin or tylenol, she is allergic to most things) At
her second look, there was a reduction of 80%. She is still doing the
same as when she came home. This is the longest that any thing has
helped. Before, she could tell after 2 days that the adhesions
returned, because they were attached to her stomach & diaphram. I hope
this information helps
At Sun, 28 Jul 2002, Kelly Murray wrote:
>How many people have had surgery in Duisburg and what percent are adhesi n
>free? I would really like to know the statistics of all of these surgeri s
>in Duisburg and in Frankfurt.
>Date: Saturday, July 27, 2002 12:35:32
>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>With the exciting news about Lisa and her surgeries in Frankfurt. I
>hope that no one will forget about DR Korell in Duisburg. He is a
>wonderful surgeon! He is the one that started the 2nd look procedure.
>You will do well by remembering him in regards to surgery abroad. There
>is also many perks to going there that has been set up by many people
>there and some from the states. If you are concidering surgery in
>Germany, think about seeing DR Korell. If you would like more
>information about going to see him, you can get that from me or Helen D.