I am not a complainer, but I am going to tell my surgeon exactly how it is, straight to the point and not sugar-coated at all. The thing that worries me is that he often books surgery out months in advance. How am I going to last long enough for this? Perhaps he can fit me in sooner? Look at me, already assuming that I'll need surgery. But, I really don't see any other option: I've had three surgeries on this side already, the last one being a reconstruction, and I still can't flex past 80-90* and have extreme daily pain. Perhaps he can inject something to help me get through the waiting period. And my other hip, phew, it is behaving exactly the same as my left did before this surgery.
I have replayed my upcoming appointment over and over in my head. And if he says that my right needs fixing also, I will take him up on it. Heck, if I have to take a year off to get my left all fixed up properly and I'll need the right done sometime as well, might have them both done within months of each other, heal up, put everything I have into rehab and get all functioning again so that I can return to life and medical school functioning and not miserable and in pain.
Last night I spoke with another lady who had had adhesion removal by Dr. P as well. Although she is fairly fresh out of surgery, she can already tell that it has worked. It gave me great hope that one day I will be fixed, it also gives me hope in my surgeon's abilities. Apparently he has done 6000 hip scopes! Amazing. THAT is who I want trying to fix me. Only a handful more days before I get my life and hips sorted out.