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Scar tissue - supportive and damaging

Greetings. I would delight in and deeply appreciate good suggestions for my situation.
-car accident at 13 yrs old caused a lipoma at L3/4 which tethered my spinal cord with scar tissue
-at 17 yrs old my left leg muscles had atrophied 1' compared with the right; total numbness on left front thigh, sensory loss throughout left-side of waist down. Had a laminectomy L3/4 to give more space to lipoma, which was not removed as nerve tissue is embedded in it.
-subsequent MRI's show the 2 1/2' lipoma on the spinal cord and a cyst beside it
-any trauma involving jolts to the spine seems to increase the scar tissue, possibly tension on the cord, and results in further sensory loss.

I must maintain the scar tissue supporting the spine post-laminectomy, however, want to dissolve other scar tissue and prevent further scar tissue from forming.
Any suggestions? Thank you so much for considering my request.
  Gwendolyn50 on 2012-03-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi- there is a thread on here
regarding scar tissue with
different people getting treatment
for it-

Thread is called-
Re:internal abdominal scar tissue

I think you should post on that
thread- one person Maheeru
was helping many different people
with scar tissue.

Regards Simone
simone717 last decade
Thank you. I'll find it and do that.
Gwendolyn50 last decade
type-Abc homeopathy re internal
abdominal scar tissue on google
or yahoo search- then it will come
up and you can post.

maheeru seems to know a lot
about scar tissue.

simone717 last decade

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