Fiber-based formulations appear to lower the odds for the disease, non-fiber products seem to raise them
by kasumi on Wed Oct 17, 2012 09:30 AM
I had surgery 3 months ago and now doing chemo. After 3 months, i still have some pain in my stomach so the doctor let me do the colonscopy last week and I got colon adhesion at the joint place. My doctor ask me to switch to low-fiber diet and add no more. Now I am very worried since I dont know how long I have to continue low fiber diet since I mostly eat vegetatbles. Can the adhesion resolve itself? I am so scared of having another surgery.
Anyway, what should I do to make the adhesion resolve?
by livingbyfaith on Thu Oct 18, 2012 05:57 AM
I have read that they can stretch the adhesion area with the colonoscopy. You might ask about that. Research it on this site and colonclub.com .
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