Scar and Adhesions Breakup
Here lies an extremely disregarded issue. Those scars we carry, from surgeries, of any kind, particularly abdominal, have far reaching consequences in our bodies. Often, scars are never considered the culprit in any painful conditions because they happened too many years prior to the problem actually surfacing. As scars age, they often grow adhesions and these wrap around things they have no business wrapping around. Or they stick or adhere to bone, compress nerves, blood vessels, and muscles. They are uncannily clever and can wreak havoc in our bodies. If you are finding limited success with any given therapy, consider addressing those scars to gain some needed changes for yourself.
EVERY scar we have needs to be assessed and possibly released to inhibit the growth of adhesions, and ensure they do not grow onto surrounding areas and cause problems. Like squeezing your bladder and causing bladder issues (can't hold it very long, can't cough or laugh without dribbling, etc...) Or causing lower back pain, menstrual pain, abdominal pain (I have kept a number of clients with colostomies from getting repeated surgery due to bowel obstruction from scar tissue).
Adhesions from scars may take up to 20 years to grow, which is one of the reasons why few people ever relate their current problem back to a surgery and its consequent scars.
Incisions cut thru many layers of our bodies tissues, so what you see on the surface is only a fraction of the actual scar tissue underneath. Getting your scars released can reduce the height of the scar and reduce any numbness, swelling or pain.
Cosmetic surgery often produces scars that are not visible, but that is only on the surface. Underneath, there is lots of scar tissue, often more than non-elective surgery because the aesthetic need to show minimal intrusion on the surface requires greater incisions underneath to compensate. Cosmetic surgery, such as liposuction, systematically destroys all your lymphatic pathways. This can lead to pain, loss of range of motion, infection, LOTS of swelling and a host of other complications. Your lymph system IS your immune system, so get it repatterned and restored.