Hysterectomy at 25
4 laproscopic surgeries since 24
Cervical stenosis in C3 & C4
Meds - percocet 3x day : nexium : xanax :
Supplements : calcium : magenesium :potassium : milk thistle : fish oil : B complex : vit E
In the United States today, there is a pervasive tendency to treat children as adults, and adults as children. The options of children are thus steadily expanded, while those of adults are progressively constricted. The result is unruly children and childish adults. ~Thomas Szasz
Thank you for the infomation... When I go to the doctor I'm seeing right now its like a teaching school for doctors and I feel more like a rat going through a maze, they just see you and tell you what you want to hear and send you on your way. I know its more than that, but after having all this pain its aggervating...
This helps my very busy doc get in and out and gets all my questions answered. It also gives them (if you give them a copy) something to keep in their files so they can look back and see your side of things, not just the hurried notes a doc takes.
LOL... glad you said that, I've already sent in the new paperwork and I sent in a letter telling them everything thats happen LOL I'm sooo glad to know Im not the only one who does it
"OMG" as my kids were say. I was going to post to see if anyone has had any nerve blocks, and here it was. I have had pelvic pain for over several years that is getting much worse. I have had laporoscopys to remove endo, have had a hysterectomy, I have chrons, which they thought was the pain. Have three hernieated disc. The hernieated disc were diagnosed at least 10 years ago. To make very very long sory short have been on every medication imaginable, with no help. I go to PT for pelvic floor dysfuntion therapy ( no fun) that just gives me bruising all over my abdoman. have had trigger point injections, have acupuncture for pelvic pain. Everything seems to work for a short time, but then bang the pain is back again. My husband comes with me to every Dr. Appt that I have for support and to ask questions that I don't. Anyway..........went to my PM doctor today that gives me epidurals for back and leg pain. After very long conversation mostly me being very emotional about all the drungs that I am on, and not being able to do anything with my kids or husband unless I take a pain pill, and my husband being very serious, he decided that he want to do a hypogastric symathetic nerve block. I have never heard of this, and he said it is like trying to reboot a computer. They turn the nerve off and then on again. Sometimes it takes a few tries, but it usually works. At this point usually sounds like good odds to me. I will let you know how it works. I did see he other post for someone that had it done for pelvic pain as well. I hope this does work as I am really at my witts end with all of this pain. The pm Dr. did say that I need to learn how to deal with the pain, and that sometimes there is now answer. I have dealt with back and leg pain for over 10 years, but for somereason the pelvic pain I can not work thru. Good luck I hope you are able to get the answers that you need and most of all the pain relief. I hope that you have someone to help you in this difficult time. I really can not believe how strong my husband has been for me. Sorry this was so long.
Thank you again for the responce... Yes, my husband is very very good to me. He understands due to him going through a motorcycle wreck... Tell ya we are quite the pair LOL. He limps one way and I wattle the other. I'll go and look for some of the post and try to get my head around it all with questions for the new doctor. I'll keep ya informed whats going on. My problem is I work, hubby is disabled and stays home. We do good together but I know now, he gets over whelmed, (spelling sorry, Im horrible at spellin) like I did during the wreck. He hates to see me in sooo much pain and everyone acting like I'm faking. The 2nd time my back went out, he took me to the emergency room, 4 hours later I was told I have degenerative disc disease. (wooo hooo they have a NAME FOR IT) took x-rays which show nothing, when they finally got around to the MRI I was beside myself. The surgery helped, dont get me wrong. But what I do not understand is why do I still hurt so bleepin much.
Ok, sorry bout that... was going to be good today LOL