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How To Get Rid Of Bloating After Gallbladder Surgery
Get evaluated: If you are still sick after gallbladder surgery, then get in to see your surgeon, to evaluate you for a post-operative problem. If you are free of post-operative problem, then an additional diagnosis needs to be considered. Okay to ask about a stomach scope/egd, a tech hida scan and blood lab tests. Good luck. ...Read more
The gallbladder is a sac-like structure located under the right lobe of the liver. It is attached to the common bile duct via the cystic duct. The gallbladder can store bile when the bile is not needed, and can squeeze bile into the bile duct and intestine for digestion when a person eats larger ...Read more
Rash: Some surgical "soaps" that are used to disinfect the skin before surgery can be irritating to the skin. If it is a contact dermatitis then benedryl cream will help with the itch and cortisone cream will help with the rash. You should probably at least contact your surgeon to see if he/she wants to evaluate it before treatment. ...Read more
Hi! I was just wondering if bloating so much that my clothes don't fit well a week after getting gallbladder surgery is normal? And how long??
I had gallbladder surgery 4 years ago. I have had constant stomach issues since then. I have bloating, nausea, burning in stomach what could it be?
My doctor advised me to have gallbladder surgery following several tests ct, ultra-sound & hide? I have had abdominal pain accompanied with bloating following eating small amounts of food. Rarely eat greasy foods occasionally eat chili/mexican foods or
Get it out: Generally, gallbladder disease is definitively treated with surgical removal of gallbladder. If you have had such an extensive evaluation/work-up and recommendation is surgery, you should really consider it. You should discuss with your family physician and a mis surgeon. Removal of gallbladder (cholecystectomy) is routinely removed minimally invasive. ...Read more
Why scar tissue?: Scar tissue by itself doesn't usually cause pain. Have you ruled-out other causes of the pain? Ulcers? Gastritis? Pancreatitis? A retained bile duct stone? Incisional hernia? If no other cause can be found it might be due (indirectly) related to scar tissue if the scar was pinching your bowel or bile ducts.... Surgery could help to cut the scars but only after no other cause is found. ...Read more
Bile reflux after gallbladder surgery, taking 4 packets of cholestyramine daily, not working well anymore, what is the next step in treatment?
Since my abdominal surgery I've been retaining water horribly. What is the best/ the safest way to get rid of water retention and bloating? Can you?
I haven't been diagnosed with sleep apnea but pretty sure I have it. I am suppose to have gallbladder surgery wed. Should I get study done first?
No: Let your anesthesiologist know. If it is surgery center inquire about policies there. If it is a hospital your surgeon can help arrange preliminary evaluation while you are there. If your procedure is not urgent, discuss with your surgeon what he thinks the best cause of action. Obstructive sa is not contraindication for surgery. ...Read more
Gallbladder surgery 2 months ago.if I use my abdomen to lift my kids gallbladder side get swollen. A little painful and can't sit straight. Normal?
PAIN AND PROBLEMS: If you are having gb symptoms and forego the surgery, the bloating, nausea, and pain will continue. This can be moderated by eating a lower fat diet. Gallstones may eventually pass into the bile system, and cause jaundice or pancreatitis. Long standing chronic gb inflammation can lead to gb cancer, but that is rare. Laparoscopic gb surgery is usually a safe procedure. Speak to your surgeon. ...Read more
Depends: On the symptoms. Did the hida scan reproduce the symptoms? Those whose symptons are reproduced have a better chance of improving with surgery. About 80% get better with surgery, leaving 20% no better or worse with GI symptoms & diarrhea when eating some foods. Need to review your symptoms carefully with your treating doctor before seeing a surgeon. ...Read more
Not recommended: In general, it is best to take care of one thing at a time. Although tattoos have a low complication rate, there are problems that can occur, such as severe skin infections. I would recommend that you take care of your gallbladder first, and when fully recovered, you can think about getting your tattoo. ...Read more
Is it possible to get a gallbladder attack after gallbladder surgery? Sometimes I get sharp pains out of no where on my right side of my abdomen.
May be: Something else. How long ago was your surgery? If the surgery was recent then muscle and gas pains can come and go & sometimes can be worse with large or fatty meals. If the surgery was longer ago then see your family doctor for an evaluation as pains can come from many sources. ...Read more
I had gallbladder surgery on 3 20 12. Why do I still get tired and have slight pain in my stomach?
I'm currently waiting for a gallbladder surgery. Cramps from hunger but cant handle eating much food. What should I do to get enough? Low fat diet.
Had laparoscopic gallbladder surgery on March 26th;; can I get a spray tan now because I'm having a big Mother's Day get together? Thank You
YesYouCan: Yes you can if that is what you want ...Read more
If I can come up with the money to order the melissa allergy test for titanium where can I get the test ran on me?#nqlu I am really sure I am allergic to surgical clips I have on the inside of me from a lap. Gallbladder surgery.
There is a wealth of information about the melisa allergy test on the melisa foundation's website. There is a link that provides information on testing centers. I have included the link.
I wish you the very best. ...Read more
Probably not: It is likely that your tubes were also cut and burned on the ends with cauterization. That should still stop you from getting pregnant. I would call the surgeon who performed the tubal ligation to discuss this with him/her. Only they know what they did during the procedure. ...Read more
Have 6mm stable gallstone. Doc says do nothing since I feel fine. But what if I get pregnant and get symptoms? Can gallbladder surgery hurt pregnancy?
Usually no problem: Most people with gallstones don't have a problem with them, so we don't routinely remove the gallbladder just for stones. However, if you start having symptoms of pain, nausea or vomiting that may be due to the gallbladder, those symptoms will likely worsen over time until you get the GB out. The same goes for pregnant women. 2nd trimester for surgery is the safest if necessary. ...Read more
I had gallbladder surgery three weeks ago and have awful nausea vomiting diarrhea chills headache how long should I go before I get checked?
Get checked out.: If it has been three weeks since your surgery and you have not had a post-operative checkup, you should be checked immediately. You need an exam of your abdomen and perhaps some lab evaluation to be sure all is OK and to find out what to do about your symptoms. Good luck. ...Read more
Gall bladder: This is not common. Talk to your surgeon please. ...Read more
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