"Education and Awareness"
IS the key to protecting yourself from interventions that harm instead of help you!
This site was created to protect persons afflicted with "Adhesion Related Disorder" with critically important information about medical mistakes, professional incompetence and misconduct that has been carried out by doctors, caregivers and many medical facilities throughout the world that allow these types of practices to occur!
This site will also help ARD patients who have suffered physical or psychological harm from medical personnel to know that they are not alone, and in fact every time they walk out of an appointment for ARD symptoms no matter the type of intervention, if they feel demeaned, foolish, and crazy, it is NOT the patient who is wrong, it is the provider!
C-Sections an issue - AGAIN! Yadda, Yadda, Yadda!
If places like" Endogyn in Germany," among MOST medical facilities and surgeons who won't admit or tell patients about their medical errors; we, the patients, in order to form a higher standard of care, will tell each other and do what the Federal and State governments have failed to do for the life, the welfare and the pursuit of healthiness of patients locally and across the nation.
This site is a gift to all who visit here; the gift of life.
Ask not what your Medical Center or Dr. can do FOR you; ask what HAS been done
We, at IHRT, proclaim ourselves the defenders of those afflicted with ARD, and we will continue our quest to stomp out the injustices dealt them wherever it exists in the world! We continue to monitor those who have imposed themselves on the vulnerable, unsuspecting and desperate victims of ARD, so do not be fooled with a quiet IHRT web site but remember this;
Exposing the facts of what goes on behind the doors of Endogyn, Emma-Klinic, Seligenstadt, Germany Institut für Endoskopische Gynäkologie Head: Daniel Kruschinski, MD
Click here to read "The Endogate Papers" http://www.adhesionrelateddisorder.com/Endogate-Papers.html
The "OLD" debate on C-sections is raging once again! Sure, all those who are shouting out against C-Sections once again DO NOT mention the most insidious complication of that procedure which is "Adhesion Related Disorder!!"
So, they debate it again, cry out "shame" on the OB/GYN's who perform them, yet to-date nothing changes! Yes, women die from an occasional fatal complication of the C-section, but far more women suffer the pain and disabilities from the adhesions caused by the C-section, and they are not able to secure the necessary interventions that might, MIGHT, help her live as best as she can with "ARD" as once you are cut and the adhesions develop, there is no turning it around!
USATODAY.com - Battle lines drawn over C-sections
Aug 23, 2005 ... As the overall C-section rate in the USA continues to climb, ... Many hospitals have interpreted that to mean they must have an ...www.usatoday.com/news/.../2005-08-23-csection-battle_x.htm
Why so many women have C-sections - Your Health
Mar 26, 2007 ... About 30 percent of all births in the US are cesareans, ... Why so many women have C-sections. About 30 percent of U.S. births are Cesareans ...www.msnbc.msn.com/id/17796664/
More C-sections, more problems - Los Angeles Times
May 17, 2009 ... The cesarean rate in the U.S. is higher than in most other ... many believe, because of it -- childbirth in the U.S. doesn't measure up.
Cesarean Birth for Medical Reasons - March of Dimes
Some health care experts believe that many c-sections are medically unnecessary. ... that 1 in 3 babies in the United States are delivered by c-section. ...www.marchofdimes.com/pnhec/240_1031.asp