Celebrex preventing adhesions

From: IAS Admin (tracy.joslin@adhesions.org)
Mon Oct 10 19:32:04 2011

From: adhesions@adhesions.org [mailto:adhesions@adhesions.org] On Behalf Of Ginger Clark Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 6:42 PM To: adhesions-request@adhesions.org Subject: Re: Celebrex preventing adhesions

I am so sorry for your pain!!! I deal with it daily...so very thankful to have a wonderful pain care Dr...I am so careful with my eating, always very soft food or make sure that I chew very well.  Bless you with a peace to deal with the pain!

  > Date: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 18:31:25 -0500
> From: tracy.joslin@adhesions.org
> To: adhesions@mail.medispecialty.com
> Subject: FW: Celebrex preventing adhesions
> Sender: deborahbrooks0205@yahoo.com (DEBORAH)
> Subject: Re: Celebrex preventing adhesions
> I had my adhesions removed in 2009 my Surgeon told ne there is a
possibility > they may grow back he doughted it however there was that slight chance and
> now 2 years later i have all the symptoms and i cant eat or drink because
of > the same pain i experinced the first time they found them i am scared to
eat > because i know what will happen please is there some one out there who has
> or is going thru the same thing please talk to me.
> At Tue, 19 Apr 2011, bradyjm3551@mccmail.mohave.edu wrote:
> >
> >I also agree with nasids being daogerous. I took naproxin for two years
and > >still have ulcers and stomach issues five years later.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Date: Sunday, April 17, 2011 10:12:03 am
> >To: "Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS"
> ><adhesions@mail.medispecialty.com>
> >From: "IAS Admin" <tracy.joslin@adhesions.org>
> >Subject: Celebrex preventing adhesions
> >From: ogalep@comcast.net (DonnaG)
> >Subject: Re: Celebrex preventing adhesions
> >
> >When Celebrex was getting ready for market, the big news was that it was
a > >high performing anti-inflammatory without many side effects other than
> >stomach discomfort. I believe this was before Naprosyn was approved for
> >over the counter use as Aleve, another pain reliever. Naprosyn helped me
> >with pain and inflammation, Aleve helps, too. Celebrex proved to be VERY
> >hard on the stomach (including stomach and intestinal bleeding and
> >perforation) and, in some cases, greatly increased of heart attack &
> stroke.
> >The serious side effects increased with usage - so the dream of a
low-side > >effect, long term use NSAID for those of us suffering from adhesions was
> >quickly dashed.
> >It is great for pain and inflammation, BUT very dangerous, in my opinion.
> >

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