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Surgery scar tissue damage to internal organs

I have had 27 surgeries in my lifetime,I'm now 53 and having terrible problems from scar tissue.My Dr. explained to me that the site of my surgeries is like planting a tree and the scar tissue is like the roots of that tree that just spread ever where.I was in a car accident that left 3 holes in my back 28 yrs ago the holes were closed by skin grafts,on top of the accident I had 3 cesearens,1 exploratory(which cut me from my breast bone to my midrift area) a partial hysterectomy in '85 and completion of hysterectomy in '99.Most of my surgeries where from the car crash 13 debridings and 8 surgeries to put me back together after the wreck.
The past few years I have undergone chemo for Hep-C,so when I started hurting and having shortness of breathe I thought the Hep came back but after extensive testing I was told my problem is all scar tissue damage.The scar tissue is adhereing to my stomach and my intestines,I stay in pain but sometimes its so bad it zaps all of my energy ,I can't breathe normally,My side hurts I stay constipated is there anyone out there that knows where I'm coming from and if so what do you do or do you know of anything that can bring me relief my Dr. has already told me there's nothing he can do and surgery to remove the scar tissue is out of the question.All HELP OR ADVICE will be greatly appreicated
  saundrae on 2008-08-14
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