My adhesions are dense and thick, similar to an external keloid. Unlike most adhesions that are flimsy and resembe fatty tissue mine take on a different form that asues blockage, restricted movement, inability to bend the knee or the leg and have left me disabled and unable to walk without assistance of a cane.
I also have adhesions in my abdomen as a result of surgery to remove fibroids. My organs are attached to each other via adhesions nad the adhesions have the same dense, thick texture of a external keloid. I have had to change my diet to accommodate the development of adhesions on my intestines. I can no longer eat dairy or any types of meats. Occassionally my stomach can tolerate some seafood but I primarily eat a vegetarian/vegan type diet. I no longer can digest food that is high in sugar, it forces me to throw up. I agree this has changed my life and I suffer from depression as a result of this. I just wish I could find some answers. Is this genetically based or blood based. I fear haveing to receive any type of surgery becasue I know that scar tissue will develop internally adn lead to more severe issues. I wish there was a diagnosis and treatment as to why this occurs.