I'm sittin' here tryin' to figure out how to use this,um, interface. I want to quote what ya said so I can read it and type response at same time. First, thank you for responding. I have yet to check the link you provided, but I will and most likely be back to ask more questions.
What you said makes a ton of sense. My nervous system is a mess. So much electrical pain. Thing is, try convincing a Work Comp adjuster that my bowels and bladder not working related to the five spine surgeries. What a mess. I am suppose to have bladder, not gall, the other other, some time soon due to the bladder neck not opening thus not allowing for regular voiding. I just deleted much that I have written. Tell me this, if you have the answer, how does one prove that the bladder and gallbladder (calcified gallstones) related to lumbar/cervical surgeries and the backlash of nerve damage?
I have all ready began to ween myself off the Amitrip. I have never noticed it to help any so why take it.
I also take Lyrica and Lunesta and, can't think of the name, the generic of valuim.
Thing is, and maybe I wrote this originally, the bowels problems (it is terrible..so painful) began and when in ER for the first time, I have MRI report (maybe it was ultrasound) that says "no gallstones." I end up in ER again and again. More imaging. Then calificied Gallstones found in Oct of 2007. My first imaging was May 2007.
Does it not seem odd to have doctor now claim that Gallstones cause of bowel dysfunction when all ready existed before they found?
And given that I was on Actiq for several years, plus all the other meds on prior to it to try to stop massive cervicaligenical (hope that is the word) headaches, couldn't one argue that because I so much meds, always constipated (I wish I was constipated like I was back then...I didn't suffer the pain in gut and not being able to void for days on end) that the true nature of my bowel dysfuction hidden?
I'll be back after I checked out your link.
I am in a rush to do something quick. I don't want to have an operation to remove gallbladder when I don't believe the proof is there to back up claim of gastro.