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Since TAH 3 years ago laparoscopy found sigmoid to be adhered to pelvic side wall by dense omental and bowel adhesions. What is long term implication?

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Dr. Douglas Lawson
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Adhesions

the main issue would be if you developed issues in that area of the bowel later in life.
It may make surgery more difficult. Otherwise if you don't have any issues now, you likely won't as a result.

In brief: Adhesions

the main issue would be if you developed issues in that area of the bowel later in life.
It may make surgery more difficult. Otherwise if you don't have any issues now, you likely won't as a result.
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