Re: Post cholecystectomy adhesions

From: Jennifer Brady (
Sat Sep 11 18:56:05 2010

yes all though it's in a different spot it's the same pain and flair ups. horrible stabbing burning pain. I find that it happens when i bend twist lift or sneeze wrong. Maybe you should be a little more carefull when you excercise that might help. I hope you find the help and answers you need. You are not alone and I hope you find a good Dr that can help with the treatment of the adhesions

On 9/4/10, IAS Admin (Tracy) <> wrote: > From: [] On Behalf
Of > Ginger Clark
> Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2010 6:36 PM
> To:
> Subject: RE: Post cholecystectomy adhesions
> I know how you feel!  I have had abdominal surgeries and suffer greatly
with > adhesions!  Recently I had a surgery to remove all the abdominal adhesions
> and sorry to say the are already starting to grow again!!!  I was in the
> hospital for 3 wks. with the NG tube in and out, in and out...I have a
> wonderful surgeon that takes good care of me and a body that like to grow
> those horrible adhesions!  In the same boat as you my friend! G. Clark in
> Fort Mill, SC
>> Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2010 00:38:06 -0500
>> From:
>> To:
>> Subject: Post cholecystectomy adhesions
>> Sender: (David)
>> Subject: Post cholecystectomy adhesions
>> Here I am again after 16 years. Had my gallbladder out that long ago
>> and of course had all of the usual tests....ALL OF THE TESTS. Nothing.
>> After a series of many doctors and specialists all of whom thought I was
>> nuts my new doctor who I have a great deal of confidence in said that it
>> sounded like an adhesional problem and just let them go. I
>> times. Except these times.
>> I can go for months, weeks or days without what I call a flair up. When
>> I do get these attacks or flair ups they could be mild and last a day or
>> so or they could really be severe ( like they are now ) and last weeks.
>> What's the sense of more tests; I've had ebough CT scans to probably
>> give me cancer anyway.
>> I feel healthy. I am healthy. I run ultra marathons, box, engage in
>> mixed martial arts, have no loss of appetite or energy. No weight loss.
>> Nothing just this rotten, pulling, tugging, burning pain right where the
>> gallbladder use to be. It especially gets really bad after a bowel
>> movement. Sopuind familiar anyone ?
>> And yes as usual, they will go away. They always have. I'd just like
>> to know if any unfortunate person out there experiances the same
>> symptoms, the same type of flair ups as I have. It's times like this
>> when they get bad is when I search for a little reasurrance.

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