Re: Advise welcome

From: Jan Finley (
Thu Jun 28 19:55:25 2007

It's simple, but no one will listen...Exercise ( rebounding is particulary good for adhesions), lose weight, and practice proper nutrition.... This is good advice, but not readily accepted, because it does not involve immediate, instant answers.

The website seems to want to censor me when I offer this simple advice, but I DO KNOW....I have had adhesions since 1983, but I made up my mind that I would not let the dang "condition" imprison" me...

Think about what makes sense..all of you...The adhesions are causing you pain and some elimination problems..Correct? - - If you shake things up a bit in your "area of concern", and keep things moving smoothly, however slowly, then things will get better for you....This is something that doctors, and people who get paid for giving you advice, do not want you to know because what I am saying is FREE, and most people have an agenda.

The adhesions will always be there, but if you manage your weight, and lifestyle and attitude in a moderate way, your discomfort will hardly ever again be noticed.

It takes courage and determination. I am glad that those of us who have this

condition have this website. At the same time, I am very disappointed that the moderator does not offer similar suggestions....


>----- Original Message -----
To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS" <> Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 7:21 PM Subject: Advise welcome

> From: [] On Behalf
> Of
> D. Tigoudar
> Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 4:16 PM
> Subject: Re: Advise welcome
> Dawn,
> My name is Tammie, Your story sounds like mine as I'm sure you have read
> through the message board and have seen how similar our stories are. Its
> amazing! I'm 38 I had my complete hysterectomy at 36 because I was all
> stuck
> together inside just like you. Back then I was told that the only thing
> that
> would rid me of the never ending excruciating pain was the complete
> hysterectomy so in my mind I was dealing with never being able to have
> children but I figured that I would be out of pain and god would take care
> of the maternal part of things for me. I went from the recovery pain from
> the hysterectomy straight to the ripping and pulling of the adhesion's
> that
> had started to form through the barrier that the doctor had put in. I have
> had NO sex drive since ~ (3 VERY LONG YEARS) I feel its because of having
> both of my ovaries removed. If I knew then that all I needed was to be put
> on pain management then I would have not allowed him to do the surgery. If
> you are going to the bathroom properly and there are no obstructions would
> the doctor be willing to put you on pain management for a while. Remember
> this is your body and these doctors are surgeons all they know is surgery
> and they all push for SURGERY but I'm a perfect example that it was not
> the
> answer and I ended up all stuck together again. You know that surgery
> causes
> adhesion's, the surgery itself is going to cause more adhesion's to form
> even if they put a mesh in, my adhesion's grew right through it. Please
> don't rush this thinking it is the answer. GO see a pain management doctor
> who prescribes medication not the ones who give epidural, nerve blocks.
> God Bless whatever your decision is!
> Tammie
> Sender: (Coops)
> Subject: Advise welcome
> I have had extreme pain for several years now and found out a couple of
> months ago that the cause is adhesions, my ovaries are stuck to my
> bladder and bowel and I have a large hydrosalpinx in one of my tubes. I
> am due to have a complete removal including both ovaries in a weeks
> time. Hopefully by LAVH. I have dozens of 'lumps' all over my body,
> mainly in the torso and leg region. I am 47 yrs old. In the past I had
> surgery for gallstones, but the surgeon says an undiagnosed infection
> the past has caused my problems. Any advise anyone?

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