What has caused the adhesions, is it endometriosis, or surgery? If they're not already causing major problems, you should be ok. I've got bowel/uterus adhesions after having surgery, they don't hurt very often, but when they do, I have to curl up on the floor.
Did you see the GP, or gynaecologist? I was wondering how they diagnosed adhesions, by feeling your tummy. I thought they had to do a scan for that, correct me if I'm wrong.
I would also enquire as to who exactly made the adhesions diagnosis. I thought too that these are usually diagnosed surgically.
Have you ever had any previous abdominal surgery; sometimes this causes adhesions to form post op. Another cause is endometriosis (which is not diagnosed through either blood tests or ultrasound scans).
My C section caused my adhesions. I had the all over the top of my uterus. Since DD's birth I had very short or non-existent periods, accompanied by a lot of pain, and sufferung from infertility too. The pain was casuing me to have to take time off work most months.
I finally found a GP who took it seriously in June 06 and she referred my to a consultant at the gynae hospital. I saw him first 10 weeks later, and then again in November 2006. He diagnosed Asherman's Syndrome. I had internal scans and blood tests.
Then, after a long NHS wait(!), I had my first hysteroscopy and the removal of about half the adhesions at the end of August 2007, and the second one at the end of November. Each was followed by 7 week's worth of hormone treatment to rebuild the cervical lining.It was a long old haul through it all, especially the hormone stuff - ended up with 17 weeks of work!
But I am now pain free, although still havign very light periods. No idea re the fertility issues. All tests are clear and just started Clomid. But if you have 3 children already this aspect of it may not be an issue anyway.