Can it get worse, you ask? Depends on what's wrong with your intestines. What I mean is if you have/had fistulizing Crohn's disease then yes, it'll get worse. What will happen is the area where the two bowel loops adhere to each other will "dissolve" for lack of the technical term, and a whole will form connecting the insides of both bowels.......forming a short circuit loop of bowel. The bowel can then leak and cause sepsis........which is extremely painful. Don't ask how I know. If you don't have any underlying issues with your bowels and they were just relocated for another reason, then once the adhesions form they don't usually get worse. More could form, but the exisiting ones don't grow or increase in size.
Talk to your Doc and see what he thinks about adhesions. If he doesn't have a good answer as to why it wouldn't be adhesions then when you get your CT scan talk to the Radiologist (if he's there) or the Technician administering the scan (if the Radiologist isn't there) and explain that one thing your Doc want's to determine is if there are bowel adhesions. With that info the Tech or Radiologist may position you differently in the tunnel at times to image how the bowels move or stretch. I'd ask both your Doc and the Radiologist/Tech if the CT will reveal adhesions, and if not what imaging technique would. Also keep in mind the bowels can adhere to anything in your core, to included themselves, the backside of your abdominal wall or any other organs in the area (liver, kidneys, gallbladder, bladder, etc). I'm interested to hear what you find out.