32F LIS Post op experience

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Re: 32F LIS Post op experience

Postby missy moo » 20 Sep 2022, 19:21

Yep he's amazing born with a gift to help people heal. I've a couple of his books but you can find heaps of his info in his videos on Facebook he does lives too were you can ask questions
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Re: 32F LIS Post op experience

Postby Amychristine » 20 Sep 2022, 19:44

I have watched a few. Are you following his diet of celery juice to heal?
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Re: 32F LIS Post op experience

Postby missy moo » 21 Sep 2022, 17:26

No not at the moment but i did do 2 months worth followed his low fat an fasting in feb/mar this year which mite of actually helped overall not sure. I still avoid all takeout/fast foods/junk foods /processed foods
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Re: 32F LIS Post op experience

Postby Amychristine » 22 Sep 2022, 14:24

That’s interesting. Had a good cry today… I had a phone appt with my dr to see how things were going. This past week I had a little pain. I know I could still be healing but this felt like a set back. I told her and she said we might need another lis. She said because she cuts so conservatively that sometimes more is needed. She said that women have such a delicate spincter muscle compared to men so she was being extra careful. I totally appreciate that she was careful but nervous if I have to get another lis. She said because I had zero incontinence issues it would be unlikely that I would have any with a second. If I were to it would be minor. I remember her saying in the past she’s had no one with any issues after so that makes me feel better. God I feel happy but sad too. I suspected this could have been what happened from what I had read on this site. So she said to give it a couple more months then if I’m having pain to let her know. Lots of emotions today… just want this to end.
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Re: 32F LIS Post op experience

Postby Suffering2long » 22 Sep 2022, 18:01

Hey Amy, sorry to hear you have some lingering pain. It’s good to know your surgeon is willing to do another lis if needed. I do believe time is a great healer and sometimes we just need to persevere. I’m almost 6 weeks out and doing ok but I do have some burning most of the day. I am ok during BM so that’s good. I am being careful. I’m not sure if I’m just hyper aware of the area. I’m not going to think about getting another surgery until at least 6 months have passed.
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Re: 32F LIS Post op experience

Postby Amychristine » Yesterday, 00:21

Thanks. Yes I’m glad she’s giving me another option. I’m going to give it some time for sure before jumping into that. Glad your doing good during a bowel movement I think that’s the most important thing. I found baths really helped me a lot with pain. 2-3 a day if you can fit it in. Really hoping it works for you.
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