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... severe pain in the rectum, felt like a knife cutting me, and then terrible pain for hours after having a BM. She did a rectal exam and said there were no hemorrhoids and referred me to a Gastroenterolgist. I went to see him on July 19th. ... (6 replies)
... Will activity increase or decrease scar tissue pain or damage? ... (23 replies)
... Iam 19 weeks post surgery and although I was never completely pain free, the new symptoms began about 7 to 10 days ago. I also have saddle numbness but no urinary and bowell retention and the sexual aspect is intact. ... (23 replies)

... In 1997 I was having severe pain in my back, abdomen and legs when I stood for longer than 15 minutes and walking was becoming painful. ... (5 replies)
Scar tissue
Jan 17, 2011
... limiting, so if your body is capable of dealing with the adverse affects, in time you will usually find that the scar tissue formation becomes less of a problem. ... (20 replies)
... Everyone makes scar tissue after surgery but some people make a lot more than others. The scar tissue will build up to a point and then stop. ... (21 replies)
... Many years ago, I crushed an arm and immediately was told that the severe pain I was experiencing was rejection of the prosthesis. ... (10 replies)
... What kind of pain do you get? ... (2 replies)
... I shattered two disks and had them removed. Scar tissue attacked the main nerves in my spine and another surgery was done to cut the scar tissue away from the nerves, the offending tissue pushed to the side and not removed for fear of it regrowing back even larger. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Kelley sorry you are in pain.. I just wrote a whole post and it went poof lol.. My scar tissue was removed thur a small opening in my lower back. Pain doctor used a fluroscope to see the area and injected Wydase into the tissue to soften and dissolve it. It took two procedures and the pain was gone. ... (2 replies)
... I'm 57yo and have had a L5/S1 as well as a L4L5 10 years apart. About 4 years ago I noticed a decrease in strength as well as muscle mass in my L leg. About a year ago, I went to both the neurosurgeon that performed my first surgery and a neurologist. The latter diagnosed me with peripheral neuropathy and B12 deficiency. The neurosurgeon ordered an MRI after which (didn't... (23 replies)
... years my junior. I was fine active walking running etc and living life, usual High Blood Pressure and Anxiety Problems. One morning in Aug 07 06 I awokw with Severe severe R leg pain and numb in foot, could not walk pain was excruciating. Ambulance to ER.. ... (23 replies)
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... about scar tissue. ... (23 replies)
... Any back surgery can cause scar tissue to form, but it only happens to the extent that it causes problems in a very small percent of cases, although I don't know what that percent is. ... (21 replies)
... That is intersesting Hessie because I had severe adhesions from a hysterectomy and they had to go back in and clean up. After they did that I was fine. ... (6 replies)
Scar tissue
Jan 2, 2011
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Scar tissue
Dec 9, 2010
... Sorry to see you so disappointed. Constant pain sucks, to put it mildly. ... (20 replies)
Scar tissue
Nov 19, 2010
... Scar tissue formation after any surgery is virtually guaranteed, but depending on the amount and location, removal of some tissue might be possible. If surgical intervention is not practical, that pretty much leaves you with pain management. ... (20 replies)
... I belong to the scar tissue club too. ... (6 replies)




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