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Suzanne (@suzanneb)

Adhesions affecting digestion and causing pain

Digestive Health | Last Active: Jan 13, 2020 | Replies (16)

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Thanks for the info. I'm glad you are doing so much better! I do the belly massages at least twice daily and that really helps. I will definitely try the Boost Breeze and clear broths to see what that can do for me. What kind of surgeon removed your adhesions? I'm trying to figure out who to seek out since so far none of my current Mayo doctors seem to be experts on adhesions and none have had suggestions on who to see other than pelvic therapists and pain doctors; both of which couldn't help with that issue. Thanks!

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I have only been able to find the Boost Breeze on Amazon. I had a colorectal surgeon at Mayo. The went in because I had a really bad blockage again and ended up with the Deloyers procedure that removed the majority of my large intestine.