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Scar Tissue Adhesions Symptoms
Dont worry: We always heal with scar formation. Adhesions are sheet like scars that span across the abdomen. In many cases you have them for yeas and never are bothered by them. The risk is one of these bands wrapping around your intestine and strangling it. In that case you will have intense abdominal pain an distention. It likely will never happen but check any abdominal pain greater than normal cramps ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
When does risk of adhesion from C-section go away?Had 2nd child via C-section over 3yrs ago.When does/did risk end?When does scar tissue stop growing?
Yes Repeat: C section adhesion symptoms may improve as they were cleared during procedure but most likely will form again. Scar tissue is a dynamic process collagen tissue constantly remolds never stops in some it will diminish and others will exaggerate as in keloids , risk will never end ...Read more
Can you tell me how can your doctor diagnose you with having scar tissue or adhesions on or around your ovaries?
Take a look: A doc can give a presumptive diagnosis, followed by recommendation for procedure to confirm diagnosis. Adhesion is very common and over used as a source of pain. Typically a surgery to look inside, see the adhesion, resect them or make an additional diagnosis is definitive. Okay to have a risk/benefit discussion with your doc about this. Take a friend. Be well. ...Read more
If I have loads of scar tissue and adhesions from 2 previous c-sections. What complications/risks would there be during the 3rd c-section ?
I have a ovary that feels like its pulsing Ive had PID in the past with multiple adhesions and scar tissue one ovary has been removed what can it be?
Ovarian symptoms: First, this may not be your ovary you are feeling. Secondly, if it is there may be PID again, an ovarian cyst, scarring from prior inflammation producing changes in the ovary or fallopian tube, and so on and so on. The best thing is to see a gynecologist and be evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more
1st csection 4wks ago I've read what issues Csec cause numbness scar tissue adhesions hernias intestinal issues ect do all women have these problems?
Not all women: Those are potential negative consequences as a result of a c/s, but most women do not experience any of these issues. Numbness at the site of the scar is probably more common than the other things listed, which are rare. If you are concerned about anything, call and see your OBGYN. ...Read more
Scar tissue: It depends if the scar tissue is superficial or deep then treatments may differ and are poorly studied. The most common treatments for hypertrophic Superficial scarring are covering with silicone, steroid injections or pressure treatments. Results may vary and each treatment needs to be followed through in its entirety. ...Read more
Tightness & soreness: Usually after injury & scarring, the knee will feel tight to flexing & may be sore after use. If surgery or injury was involved, use of physical therapy may help free the knee to better movement. I would see an orthopedic surgeon or sport medicine physician to examine. Use of diagnostic ultrasound or MRI may be useful to identity scarring. ...Read more
If im 18, is it possible I have the typical-ms-scar tissue and only some yearse after develop the serious symptoms?What are the chances?
None: Do you have documented ms, or do you fear ms, and if so, why? The lesions of ms are often seen on mri, yet not always fully discernible on clinical exam. If your MRI suggests possible ms, get neurology evaluation and spinal fluid studies and start modern medication which should control the problem. ...Read more
Adhesions is a condition in which two or more organs or organ surfaces are stuck together. Adhesions are common after surgery or infection, in which the healing response causes scar tissue to connect organs that normally should slide around freely. Adhesions can cause symptoms such as abdominal ...Read more
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