• sluv47 sluv47
    December 14, 2010
    Can Adhesions Cause Back Pain
    sluv47 sluv47
    December 14, 2010

    i have experienced chronic low back pain for the past three weeks. it worsen as i move around. had several abdominal operations in the past and doctor removed scar tissue back in 2004. can this be the cause of my pain now. also have experienced bouts of severe nausea, no vomiting or fever.

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  • kstew December 15, 2010
    kstew
    December 15, 2010

    Adhesions can definitely cause back pain. Since surgery for adhesions often causes more adhesion formation, each surgery can give rise to greater and more severe problems than one had prior to surgery. Unless an adequate barrier is used to prevent reformation of adhesions, and the surgical technique is precise, the patient will likely develop new adhesions and symptomatic problems related to adhesions. Nausea is an all too common symptom of those who suffer from adhesions. My daughter suffered 14 years and was misdiagnosed during those years. Today she is well after a trip to Germany to seek the help of an expert adhesions specialist. Best wishes to you. Karen Steward

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