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abdominal adhesions Group

They are bands of scar tissue that form internally within the abdomen.They can attach themselves to anything and they cause very severe pain.They can also cause whatever organ they are attached to to malfunction and can cause bowel obstructions.

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I had a lap-appy in 2010 and developed severe complications; including 2 intrabdominal abscesses that had to be I+D'd, an exploratory lap after I feel out of the bed and ruptured the original incision and finally had an open right hemico...
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I am in the hospital in lots of pain. My lower right abdominal area. I have had many surgerys. Real quick though, my question is,,, Does abdominal adhesions show up on test such as; ultrasounds, xrays, and CT's. Or is it found by laprosc...
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After a break for about 3 months and since having adhesions' surgeries last year in May and in July 2013, they are back. Dr doesn't want anymore surgery due to the denseness of my adhesions. so I am having the tugging, nausea, and pai...
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I've had adhesion's and surgeries in the past. I've had 3 female surgeries, the very first surgery was a laparascopy and even on that surgery, I had adhesions, endometriosis, scarring in the fallopian tubes, ovarian cysts. The second s...
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Ill kind of tellyou my story and any advice wud be lush.... always have gyny probs and cervical issues but anyway managed to have 2 gorgeous boys (7 and 3) and although had gyny issues with them they arrived safe although HUGE at 11LB an...
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Anyone heard of any exercise that helps keep the adhesion from coming back? Or a diet ? Any thoughts?
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I just am at my wits end, anyone have abdominal adhesion, that can talk to me and offer any suggestions. I feel alone out here????
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I have had many abdominal surgeries, 3 c sections, 3 laproscopic adhesion removals, one open, and a hysterctomy in 2002 with many many adhesions removed, my lower pelvic area was almost seized completely, then a rectocele surgery done va...
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I am a 30 year old female who suffers from extreme abdominal adhesions. i had pyloric stenosis at 5 weeks old, perforated ulcer at 7, adhesiolysis at 27, and laproscopic surgery to correct iscemic bowel at 29. Ive been through alot. Whe...
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i need HELP suggestions. I have had surgery May 9 for kinked bowel due to adhesions, then while healing from that starting having extremely bad pain 8 weeks out, and I just had surgery July 17 for more adhesions. My dr said no more sur...
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I have had a heck of a ride in surgeries since 2009. My first was a hysto and right ovary removal due to cyst. A year later I developed cyst on my left ovary and had it removed. a year later I was told I had another left ovarian cyst ...
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I have had 2 bowel resections, surgery for an ectopic pregnancy, and other small surgeries.I have a lot of scar tissue. My ob/gyn did a laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosis and said that I have adhesions all over my abdominal cavity. My...
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After 4 abdominal adhesion surgeries, any suggestions to prevent it. Stretches, diet, anything. This time I had to have 4" of bowel taken out due to the kink in it. Any of you had similar problems???
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Hi. I'm a 27+ year sufferer of abdominal and pelvic pain, bloating and the usual IBS symptoms. I have had some surgeries- vaginal hysterctomy, myomectomy (done with the full cut, not laparoscopic), right adrenal gland removed. None of...
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I'm 41 years old and have had problems with abdominal adhesions since having surgery at 6 weeks of age. Through out my whole life it's been trial and error in finding out what I can and can't eat. Until a few years ago and meeting the ...
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I had a hysterectomy and gall bladder surgery several years ago (about 20-25 yrs). Over the years I've had pain off and on in my abdomen. Usually it would last only a day or two. I've had MRI's, Cat scans, xrays, colonostomy, the Drs's c...
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I have read and had a doctor tell me that they can break up adhesions in the abdomen with physical therapy. One source said to use a tennis ball and stand stomach forward against a wall. You place the tennis ball between you and the wa...
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I'm 54 yeas old, in 2010 I had laposcopic adhesion surgery in Feb and in September. Then in October of the same year I was still having stomach pain, the tugging, and nausea and the lack of bowel movements, so I had open adhesion surger...
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I know the possibility of having adhesions without having had any surgeries is very uncommon, but I'm wondering if it might be what I have. I suffer from IBS occasionally and have gallstones (although I haven't had an attack now for a co...
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