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... I'm sorry you had such a frustrating experience after such a long drive, which I know increases the type of pain you have. ... (26 replies)
... t what has helped me in soo many ways with my insane level of trigger points, just ask and iwill let ya know. it may help with at least some of the more in depth abdominal muscles being kind of held hostage in there right now. which in turn may release whatever is simply attached to those larger muscles. ... (6 replies)
... abdominal pain from scar tissue (0 replies)

... I have been told the reason for the continued abdominal pain is due to scar tissue. ... (0 replies)
... I have some issues I need some help with concerning addiction and pain management. ... (5 replies)
... Honestly, I don't see much difference if I would have all this done or not. My spinal pain not even compared to abdominal even though it was a big hysteroctomy since they had to remove a lots of scar tissue even from my colon and bladder from the previous partial one. ... (9 replies)
... Clidinium for the abdominal pain. I think it is an anti spasmatic. He also gave me Ranitidine 300mg. I have been taking it since Monday. Almost immediately I felt a little better. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Ozzy and Izzy's Mom. I just read your pist Izzzy with the patches and don't blame you, they are a pain and I haven't gotten back to mine either, here's why. ... (5 replies)
Pain pump
May 2, 2006
... Hey Donana, Just a tip, If your doc didn't recomend an abdominal binder to hold iit in plce after the implant it's worth spending 20 bucks on one. ... (29 replies)
... hi, i have been having abdominal pain from scar tissue adhesions i have from a surgery over a year ago. the doctors i am seeing will not operate to remove the scar tissue, instead, they have prescribed me elavil, which is an antidepressant. ... (8 replies)
... who said he could only do injections if I was having the pain the day I was in his office. ... (5 replies)
... The pain was quite manageable over the last fews months, once I got past the really bad pain, except for isolated events,it was not a big problem. ... (5 replies)
... and have a 10" of scar tissue running straight up my belly and a 4" scar over on one side of my belly button, so I know what you're talking about. ... (10 replies)
... thru Oxycodone that I wanted to, it finally let up about 11.It felt like it was something other than scar tissue, but I don't know.I was about to pull my hair out I was so unconfortable. ... (10 replies)
Pelvic Pain.
Oct 26, 2004
... Hi Ruko. Sorry to hear you're having so much trouble getting a diagnosis. The only suggestion I have is to ask if you've had any abdominal surgeries? ... (10 replies)
... I also had adhesions from abdominal surgery, and yes, they caused a lot of pain. I had had my appendix and gallbladder out, and partial hysterectomy. ... (6 replies)
... The abdominal pain came on quickly, around 4 PM, even before supper. It was bad and had to take several meds. We'll see how I feel later. ... (6 replies)
... Yup, adhesions are one of the the biggest risks with abdominal surgery. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, it sounds as though your symptoms could very well be adhesions. I was diagnosed with Interstitial Cystitis over 2 years ago and didnt think my pain/problems could become worse...Until, I was diagnosed with adhesions 2 months ago. I, too, had a lapro to cut/remove the adhesions which were adhered to the entire side of my stomach. I would suggest you talk to your Dr.... (6 replies)
... ny, I always thought I'd be totally healthy after that, but unfortunately there remained some problems, nerve damage pain, etc. Lately, I've been having a lot of abdominal pain, it's not really on my liver side, nor is it totally on my stomach side. ... (6 replies)


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