Re: Medications to treat ...
From: Jake something (email@example.com)
Wed Jun 27 18:12:29 2007
i finally found a really good doctor tat understands
that they do cause alot of pain and that i dont' want
to take narcs. so were looking at 3 or 4 alternative
routes for the time being. The first is to stop the
monthly cycle he seems to think that willl reduce some
of the pain becuase mine is so abnormail. and if tat
doesn't relvie enough of it then were going to look at
destroying the linning so i defitnly will not have one
anymoreits a surgical procdure but its outpatient and
your not totally under and theres no cutting
invoveled. that decision will be made in 6 weeks he
also mentioned celebrex i think it was for pain. and
ive heard other people on here mentionn it as welll.
*shrugs* im open to anythig and i finaly have a doctor
that listens and in oklahoma thats a rare thing.
--- "IAS Admin (Tracy)" wrote:
> Sender: "Marlene Wheeler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: RE: Medications to treat ...
> Are you seeing a Pain Doctor? They can be very
> helpful as they deal with
> just the pain aspect, and are very up on what's out
> there. Make sure you get
> someone who understands adhesions and how they work.
> I had to change docs at
> one point, because the first Pain Doc I saw didn't
> believe adhesions caused
> Good Luck