adhesions & lack of appetite

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Fri Mar 26 19:11:26 2010

From: [] On Behalf Of Marlene Wheeler Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2010 2:16 AM To: Subject: Re: adhesions & lack of appetite

Wendy, Vent all you want.. That's why this site is here.. Do you have access to a good pain doctor..After my last surgery.. The Gi doc sent me to a pain specialist.. He luckily knew about adhesions and what I was going through.. Was the best thing! Fortunately they were able to put me on meds that are much less addictive at the time.. Gradually I've worked down on them..I'm not on any of the heavy duty meds at all anymore..Feel so much more normal..

> Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 23:35:48 -0500
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> Hi Everyone,
> I saw a new Psychologist last week and it was a little humorous. She said,
> "You are really depressed, You do know that don't you?" I almost started
> laughing at her, but I said, 'Ya think?" She couldn't quite grasp that
it's > the pain that causes the depression. I know I wouldn't be depressed at all
> if they were able to get rid of the pain. It's so said that there is so
many > of us suffering this living hell and we all have similar stories. So much
of > the general public don't even have a clue what adhesions are. I hope that
> one day they will find a way to help us. Maybe we will have to figure
> something out for ourselves since there are only a handful or two or maybe
> two handfuls of Dr's that even care about us.  
> As Always thanks for letting me vent.
> Wendy

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