Post cholecystectomy adhesions

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Wed Sep 29 00:58:10 2010

From: [] On Behalf Of HERB F DIXON Sent: Friday, September 17, 2010 12:22 PM To: Subject: Re: Post cholecystectomy adhesions

Hi David, I know how you feel. I have mild-med experiences with episodes, then I have the ones that totally kick my rear end. That's when I beg for it all to just end. It is horrible that we have to go through such awful pain. Doubling over, twisting, sharp stabbing, deep aching on left/right sides and whole abdomen. Taking meds, using heating pad, lots of pillows for comfort. I do go in for I.V. therapy when it is unbearable and I have been doubling over and writhing in pain, sobbing etc... I just wanted to reassure you that you are NOT alone. I am happy for you that you can do so many things. Good for you. It sound like when the monsters hit, they hit hard. Hang in there. Some day we will all get the help we need right in our own country. Well, I can hope anyway. Take care. Cheryl  > > > >> Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2010 00:38:06 -0500
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> >> Subject: Post cholecystectomy adhesions
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> >> 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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