From: Roberta Huang (email@example.com)
Thu Feb 27 21:46:17 2003
PLEASE email me their address! My due date was going to be in 3 weeks, but it was terminated at 9 weeks because the adhesions have my uterus bent into a "C" shape and were attached to my abdominal wall. I know they're back because I'm hurting again and they're giving me 2 more months of trying on my own before we start doing testing. They've also thrown "Hysterectomy" in the air now. I'm only 26 and want another child. My insurance will not cover specialists here in Atlanta (or they won't accept this insurance!). Please help!
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Shannon Worrell)
>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>Subject: Re: massage/infertility
>Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 22:03:46 -0600
>At Thu, 28 Nov 2002, Ellen Cecchetti wrote:
> >Doing a search regarding pelvic massage used for infertilty I found this
> >message. I have had surgeries to alleviate pelvic adhesions, the third
> >surgery resulting in an ectopic pregnancy in 1998, leading to a 4th
> >I am really interested in hearing more about this therapeutic
> >intervention, and
> >would consider participating in a research study.
> >At Fri, 28 Jan 2000, Tina Shelby wrote:
> >>Hi all,
> >>I just got something from Clear Passages in Florida about treatment of
> >>adhesions and infertility with physical therapy. Treatment consists of
> >>physical therapy and massage to address pelvic adhesions, pain and poor
> >>organ function. In the process of providing this type of PT they are showing
> >>a 50% success rate in reversing infertility with women are infertile due to
> >>adhesion, blocked tubes, mechanical, or unknow causes. They stress that the
> >>clinical studies are ongoing, no scientific studies prove that their
> >>treatment reduces infertility. They add that the their oldest successful
> >>infertility reversal was 41-year-old patient after 11 hours of therapy and
> >>the lowest number was 5 treatment hours before achieving a successful
> >>full-term pregnancy.
> >>They also note that patients with pain complaints tend to notice positive
> >>changes quickly, often within the first few treatments.
> >>They have gotton some national press and are now looking for patients for
> >>the research study. If you would like more information, they will send you
> >>what they mailed me. Included was the research article, in interview with a
> >>radio station, pateint questionnaire, magazine articles that talk about
> >>their conservative treatment, a pamplet that describes adhesions/treatment
> >>and a letter about the research.
> >>Just let me know and I will send you their address. I will add again, that I
> >>have not tried this approach so I can not tell you of a personal experience.
> >>I know that some have had very good experiences.
> >Ellen Cecchetti
>I would be veary interested in the massages and where to get them
>or how to do them your self . I live in the middle of know where.
>Shannon Worrell - Dillon MT