Re: Adhesion Areas

From: renee (
Sun Jun 25 13:47:27 2000


>----- Original Message -----
From: Marla <> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <> Sent: Sunday, June 25, 2000 6:19 AM Subject: Re: Adhesion Areas

> Renee I am new to this but from what I understand adhesions can form
> anywhere there has been trauma whether it is surgery or infection or
> whatever. And if you have them elsewhere then you are one who is prone to
> them so my answer is Yes, you might have adhesions in that area. Gather as
> much information as you can and take it to him. In the meantime check
around > for a different doctor. Preferably an Ortho who has experience dealing
with > adhesions? I have several search engines on my website for finding
> specialists in your area. Your problem is very real and if your current
> doctor doesn't want to deal with it FIRE him. Whatever you decide, don't
let > him go back in for a 'peek.' Laparoscopies cause just as much damage when
> you are adhesion prone as surgery.
> Hope this helps and you get the treatment you need and deserve.
> Marla
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Renee Madron <>
> To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <>
> Date: Saturday, June 24, 2000 11:52 PM
> Subject: Adhesion Areas
> >About a year ago, I had to have a minor knee surgery, problem fixed,
> >pain gone...I was hesitant about the procedure, greatly due to my
> >present adhesion disease. I told my Orthopedic physician of my disease
> >and he stated, that "adhesion's forming in my knee was unlikely". What
> >I wonder is, wouldn't it stand to reason, that if one area of my body is
> >grossly prone to adhesions, that another area would be as well? Like I
> >said it has been about a year ago, the surgery was minor, but now I am
> >experiencing a pulling and burning sensation within the area of the
> >procedure. This disease is has pretty much destroyed the quality of my
> >life thus far, what more must I, or anyone else endure, before this can
> >be STOPPED!!!! I apologize for my discouraged attitude, but since my GYN
> >killed himself May 10, 2000 and left me completely bewildered as to what
> >to do and/or where to go next, I am a wreck waiting to happen. At any
> >rate, if someone could help me out with the logic with this knee thing I
> >would be grateful. Thanks, Renee Madron
> >

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