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Re: Endo return or Adhesions
From: Deb Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue Sep 26 20:43:50 2000
I have a question: How dod they decide that you had a return of Endo and
or adhesions?? I'm going through the thought process of this now with my
doctors! One says that he's been inside so many times that he's sure
that all is removed but to be on the safe side let's see what will
happen when taken off harmones!! Anyone with a clue what is supposed to
happen (more pain or less and if there's no change how can one know if
there's not already endo?)Another doctor is agreeing with the first
stating it's probably not the cavity causing problems but the wall
lining! And another is suggesting that he sees I'm in pain but soen't
know what to do for me as he's not sure at all what's causing it!
I know that we've heard about the wonderful doctors in this group, which
I'm glad to see that they are available to some of us, but at what point
does one decide that it is adhesions causing the pain and what to do
At Tue, 19 Sep 2000, Meg wrote:
>New to this site.
>I had a TAHBSO on 4/00 due to severe endo and adhesions. Today, I was
>diagnosed with the return of endo. Dr. feels the endo can be controled
>by hormones, and the adhesions will "go away with time". My pain is in
>my lower back with intermittent bowel problems. I have done my research
>and there is nothing about adhesions just going away. Second, I really
>don't know who to turn to, a surgeon who specializes in adhesions or a
>local endometriosis center. I think the endo ctr will cut the adhesions
>but not with the care and barriers recommended.
>Any advice is appreciated,