Sabrina- I'm raising my hand. I got the most wonderful abdominal
hysterectomy where from my belly button down, my skin is numb to touch! It
still is-5 years later. And it didn't do didley to help with Endometriosis.
And it caused adhesions to form and my organs to prolapse. I do agree that
it may be medically necessary if it's an emergency and you're bleeding
internally or something. But to just take out female organs in "hopes" of
fixing something else is not the brightest idea. But to each their own. We
all have our stories, don't we? Some things work and some things don't. I
just wish I had done my researching BEFORE so we could've made a more
informed decision. Oh well.
Wishing You All a Pain-Free Night,
From: Sabrina Parks
Date: 1/26/2009 11:41:48 AM
To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
Subject: Re: waiting to live again
Everyone reading this please please remember that even if one woman has a
success story that doesnt speak for other women. A doctor is not perfect, a
slight slip of the hand, a nip on a nerve or a cut in the wrong direction
can happen even with the best of them. Hysterectomy or any surgery poses a
risk but its majorly important to know that unless its an emergency
hysterectomy is not advised by good doctors who are thinking about your well
being instead of their pocket books.
Fact: Patients of hysterectomy may not feel symptoms of Adhesions related
Disorder for years after the surgery. No woman can say theirs went well and
suggest another woman try it. Thats being irrisponsible with that other
womans life. We are all different and the doctors are human. Use facts! The
medical health risk facts!
Go to this website to see those facts:
Others experiences good or bad should NEVER be reason to choose a
> Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 08:43:32 -0600
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: waiting to live again
> I had surgery with Dr. Redan over 2 years ago and am a success story. I
> have no pain. Good luck to you!
> At Mon, 26 Jan 2009, Katie wrote:
> >I take it then, you had a bad experience?
> >How many people posting here have actually had surgery with Dr. Redan?
> >How many are success stories?
> >When I met with him late last year, one of the first things I asked him
> >was, "how many of your patients (AFTER adhesion removal), have to return
> >to you for follow-up and how many never return?" He told me that he's
> >only had 2 patients come back with problems after he'd removed their
> >I have no idea what to think anymore.
> >At Mon, 26 Jan 2009, D. Tigoudar wrote:
> >>Just make sure after your released from the celebration hospital and you
should start to have bladder spasms and end up going through kidney failure
within 48 hours that you get a promise in writing from Dr.Redan that he will
take the time to out of his hectic day to get on the phone with the doctor
in your town!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> >>Tammie Crongeyer
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