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J. Glenn Bradley, MD Editorial Advisor

Pelvic Adhesions
 Pelvic adhesions cause many problems for millions of women. From obstructed tubes associated with infertility, to pelvic tenderness, and painful intercourse, to chronic pelvic pain. Curiously, adhesions can be very extensive, yet relatively silent. They may remain silent indefinitely, or long after the causative event, become symptomatic.
 The causes of adhesions are multiple but basically the tissue irritation that produces the adhesive process arises from an inflammatory event, or from trauma (i.e. post surgical). 

J. Glenn Bradley, MD - USA

 Beverly comments about this Dr.: I credit Dr. Bradley with saving my life as it was he who stepped up to the plate for victims of adhesions! Back in 1999, by speaking out in a public manner regarding "adhesions," and associated symptoms of them, I realized I was not only "sane" but had a very real and life threatening and altering disorder!  It was as much for his knowledge and expertise in the area of" peritoneal adhesions" and his mentioning "that a surgeon in New York was having some success with his "adhesiolysis" in which the adhesions did not reform," that my life was given back to me enough to help others get back portions of their own lives in the years to follow my surgery by that very same surgeon in New York,  " Dr. Harry Reich!"
  Though Dr. Bradley is not in practice any longer, he is an excellent resource for persons afflicted with ARD!  He is one of the most compassionate, kindest and knowledgeable physicians I have ever known! Dr. Glenn Bradley stands among the greats in my book!
"God Bless Him Always!"


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