VBA2C Attempt and Internal Scar Tissue HealingHi there. In 2004 I had a c-section for footling breech baby 7lb 9.5oz, and in mid 2008 I had failed TOL for VBA1C which ended in c-section also for normal presentation baby 9lb 6oz. The surgeon noted 2-3cm dehiscence, and he also made a low vertical incision so I have inverted t-shaped uterine scar. Data on VBA2C with this particular scar tissue is extremely limited and what is out there does not recommend TOL anyway. BUT I believe in the power of the body healing itself, and I want to do everything I can to assist the healing. What do you recommend to help? I have no on-going problems with scar internal or external, no pain, no pulling sensation, no other medical conditions to cause complications. I do not take any medication at all. I would be very grateful for your kind advice.
moonmist on 2009-06-20
moonmist last decade
also take silicea-30/5 pills thrice in a day on the remaining day and report me after 10 days.
♡ priyanka sharma last decade
Five weeks ago had a robotic Myomectomy that remove seven enlarged fibroids. Approximately two weeks after surgery I began feeling a lot of pulling. Doc sent me for a gall bladder test but that was fine. Now I'm having a GI Upper.
I have pulling around my right rib cage, abdomen area,, constipation sometimes, feels like a tennis ball lodged in my side and they think I have built up scar tissue in a manner of weeks. May be rapped around my intestines/colon. I don't want to have another surgery because I think it will just grow back. Was doing fine the first two weeks but now Im not.. Around my period it pulls even more. What is disappointing I thought the surgery would take care of all my issues. Can you help?
Everyonehelp 9 years ago
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