After having many abdominal surgeries over several years (including two C-section babies, repeated adhesions, intestinal blockages, gall bladder removal, hiatus hernia repair, and recently had a section of mesh placed over a Viceral hernia along the middle of my abdomen), I am not impressed with many physicians. After the hernia (mesh) surgery, I have had continuous, daily pain. A repeat CT scan showed a section of fluid along the surgery line. No one will take the initiative to remove it; if that is what is really causing my pain. The surgeon that installed the mesh became defensive and stated the pain was just more adhesions and that "I will just have to learn to live with the pain, since he refuses to go back into my abdomen." In the area where we live; if you attempt to get a second oppinion, the second physician will become defensive and refuse to see you, telling you that you will have to go back to see the original surgeon. I am so very tired of hurting every day. Has anyone else ever had constant pain troubles after having the mesh surgically installed? Help..:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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