Thanks Beth for your great effort. Here is what have been done regarding my fibrin:
There is no longer any fibrin in the tube at the exit site. I use 1ml of fibrin on each bag every night. I use 2 bags of 5000ml 1.5% dextrose and 1 bag of 2500 of Icodextrine. I only use 1000 of the Icodextrine for day dwell when I use the cycler. Right now Im using only 1000 to 1200 CAPD Iodextrine for night dwell only and no dwells or other exchanges in the day time until I meet with my nephrologist next Tuesday the 10th. Also BTA which is more stronger than heparin was made to dwell in the PD cavity for 2 hours to un-clot any fibrin that may be around the catheter in the peritoneal cavity.
I will certainly ask my nephrologist if omentum is the culprit. I don't have any problem with in-flow fluids but I do have an out-flow problem (poor or limited drainage).
The catheter tip is exactly where it is supposed to be according to the xrays and there are is no constipation issue at all.
The laproscopy thing is something new to my ears and I will certainly ask the nephrologist about it. They have been using xrays and cat scan with dye to get a view as to where and what is happening with the catheter tube. The xray only shows them the general location of where the tip is of the catheter is and only shows them two dimensional view while the cat scan with the dye which they call peritoneograph is what they use for 3 dimensional view.
What my nurse tells me is that they have done enough and that they want to talk with me about the other options out there which I understand it to be a code for going hemodialysis which I dread because of the stories I hear about how people feel on hemo. I want to be independent and stay with PD.
And by the way I am in Toronto, Canada and I use Baxter products. Luckily for me I don;t pay anything out of pocket including medications and other supplies such as masks, some vitamins (iron), tapes, etc and also aranesp.