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    pelvic pain
    karrierae posted:
    I am experiencing severe and chronic pelvic pain, that I believe is due to scar tissue caused by three surgeries, a hysterectomy, recital seal repair, and colon-prolapsed rectal wall repair. I will be seeing a chiropractor who specializes in scar tissue treatment, but it am wondering if anyone can offer words of wisdom. CT scans show no disease. kr
    debhooper47 responded:
    Hi my name is Debbie and I have suffered from chronic pelvic pain for 20 years. I had numerous surgeries and have scar tissue. I have also had nerves trapped within my scar. I have done pain mangement, surgery and acupuncture for my pain. I believe to try everything you can. There is relief out there. Good luck and I will be praying for you.

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