... worse and I am now at a point where I am in constant pain unless I am laying down. I really can't function like this anymore, but I don't know what kind of treatment to seek. I had a similar problem with scar tissue on my gallbladder and when the Dr did surgery to remove it, he found the problem with the intestine but didn't seem to think there was anything he could do about it. I really need help with this
Normally, when you get adhesions they generally get worse, however just a couple of months ago a friend of mine had some secret women's business to deal with and to have some adhesions dealt with. After they had finished the surgery they filled her abdominal cavity with some special goo or fluid designed to prevent scar tissue developing. She is now pain free as the adhesions did not re-attach (they are gone). She is ecstatic and can have pain free sex for the first time in 10 years (expecting already). She is very happy (this goo stuff is new and works in about two thirds of people I think).
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