Hi Ginny: How can they say they don't see anything wrong when they haven't done a laparoscopy in two years, you are known to have adhesions, you have pelvic pain and you keep getting these infections. How frustrating. Maybe I'm dreaming but I can't imagine the doctors I have seen doing this. Or else very lucky. I'm not bragging, just thinking that maybe another doctor might help you better. There has to be a reason why you keep getting the infections. If you are having intestinal bleeding and no explanation for it, a colo-rectal doctor would be an appropriate one to see. The general surgeon who did my second lap (6 months after the first ) said I'll be glad to repeat the lap, but I encourage you to wait a bit. Let me know. However, the gyn who did my first lap did take 9 months to do it. Finally I said, well, a laparoscopy is a diagnostic test as well as treatment, right? He agreed, then I said, Well I think it is a good idea to do one. My pcp says he is stumped because I have had a neg colonoscopy and two laps, and my physical exam does not correlate with my complaints. I had to remind him that no contrast studies have been done. Then he said Let's do a pelvic/abdominal Ct but then changed it to lumbar-sacral MRI, which I'm having tomorrow night. The colo-rectal guy did not feel my symptoms were related to the adhesions I had lysed, or that they were even bowel related. He is the one who suggested a bone/joint source based on his wife's experience. None of my doctors have said whether they think my adhesions have returned, but they all seem to think that they are not responsible for what I am experiencing. First time around they all readily agreed that they could be causing my pain. I have not run into any that say that adhesions don't cause pain. Well, I don't know if my blabbering has helped you any. I keep going round in circles. Let's hope the MRI shows something, don't know what to hope for, all possibilities are equally awful. How did you find out about this forum?