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... A Liver transplant scar looks like an upside down "T". What really gets me is that I cannot link this pain to anything that I do. ... (6 replies)
... s from abdominal surgery, and yes, they caused a lot of pain. I had had my appendix and gallbladder out, and partial hysterectomy. I had a lot of abdominal pain, pain that felt like pulling with movement etc. Adhesions can usually be diagnosed through laparoscopy. ... (6 replies)
... Have you had scare management from a PT, You may benefit from some myofacial release too. Initially breaking up the scar tissue may be uncomfy but worth it in the long run. ... (6 replies)

... or are not familiar with them and the damage adhesions can do to a patient. ... (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)
... Dave, Do you have any additional information on where to go to receive the treatment you posted? Any help/links would be greatly appreciated. I have heard of massage therapy for adhesions, but, do not know where to look for this kind of treatment. Thank You, (6 replies)
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... ncerned about this clumping and what it means for me. Due to the severity of the pain at the 2 week point, I am afraid that by pushing on with my life after the pain pump was implanted that I might have inadvertently caused myself further life long damage. ... (16 replies)
... I am addressing this to everyone who still has "post op" pain after spinal surgery. First off each of the three times my neurosurgeon operated on my lumbar spine he never claimed he would cure my pain. ... (14 replies)
... The idea behind TP injections is to numb and break up a spasm, but you don't bruise from being numbed, you bruise from tearing away scar tissue. Unfortunately this type of procedure can also cause more scar tissue. ... (5 replies)
... Hi MCC girl. Did the fusion resolve the neuro problems, "radiculopothy" pain going down the legs, feet on fire or in a buckets of ice water, etc, etc etc. That's generally why they do fusions. ... (14 replies)
Pain Update
Jul 3, 2008
... You can make any suggestion. ... (44 replies)
... the minister here is teh health and disability chairman he can order a hospital or doctor to treat, he can oder them penalties he is like a court of law and is very cautious. he has been informed re the latest they will go through them. ... (8 replies)
... ding on my tummy. So, they told me I had nerve damage. I will say it has been a year and half, and is finally not like it used to be. Also was told by them that pain medication wouldn't help that kind of pain. But, I decided that no pain medication would have been worse, definitely. ... (14 replies)
Medicare/Pain Pump
Jan 29, 2009
... to pay for the pain pump refills. ... (20 replies)
... ocs removed a tube here, an ovary there, etc. etc. I finally ended up with a complete hysterectomy including removal of my ovaries. I remember having immediate pain relief after the surgery. But within a few months my pain came back, not nearly as strongly as before the hysterectomy, but still pretty bad. ... (1 replies)
... you the max dose of cortozone "nobody"" should recieve and then referred you back to the GP saying this is all he's cabale of. I would say his ability to manage pain is very limited if he only has one "unsafe" trick up his sleeve. ... (4 replies)
... Well, I didn't go back to the surgeon that did the surgery on me after the six months as he said all was looking good and I was in pain and he told me I need not come back! So I didn't know what to do and I went to my primary physician and she prescribed pain meds to me. ... (10 replies)
... But guesing your doing a Pump trial, whether the doc is being forward about it or is acting like this is some test to see which drug they can give you and not mention it's via IT pump. I can imagine a doc that arrogant thet he wouldn't explain why he's doing what he's doing. ... (37 replies)
Pain management
Apr 20, 2005
... source and although it's not common, In smaller framed people that are very thin, you don't have the muscular mass to cover the hardware and sitting or pressure can cause pain as hardware presses against soft tissue. ... (1 replies)

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