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Gallbladder surgery complications. I still have pain?

Gallbladder surgery complications. I still have pain?

See your surgeon: I do not know when you had the surgery. Was it recent or longer time ago? Pains early after surgery not uncommon, but if getting worse with nausea and vomiting need to see your surgeon soon. If the surgery was more than 4-6 weeks ago see your surgeon or a gastroenterologist for other evaluations. ...Read more

Dr. James Dukelow
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Gall Bladder (Definition)

Sac like organ that serves to store bile, a digestive detergent which is made in the liver. Typically contracts after eating and sends the stored bile down ducts to ...Read more


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What are gallbladder surgery complications?

What are gallbladder surgery complications?

Many but rare: Pain, bleeding, infections, bile duct injury, bile leak, retained stones in the abdomen or in the bile ducts, injury to the intestine, injury to the liver, post cholecystectomy syndrome. ...Read more

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I had gallbladder surgery a month n had some complication where my liver was cut, i m not itching and have dry skin?

I had gallbladder surgery a month n had some complication where my liver was cut, i m not itching and have dry skin?

Several possiblities: Your gallbladder is located under your liver. They share a common space that can measure up to 10 x 5 cm. It is not uncommon for bleeding in this common space or its edges. Usually your surgeon will make intra-operative maneuvers to control any bleeding before ending the operation. Okay to ask your surgeon for details of your case. If your recovery is on tract, it may be a normal variant. ...Read more

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I have gallbladder surgery coming up and I have highblood pressure. I take 25mg of metroprolol day. I am am concerned about surgery and complications?

I have gallbladder surgery coming up and I have highblood pressure. I take 25mg of metroprolol day. I am am concerned about surgery and complications?

Surgery: Metoprolol should be continued unless otherwise instructed by your surgeon. Gallbladder surgery is generally not considered a high risk surgery. If you have concerns, you should discuss them with your surgeon prior to surgery. ...Read more

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Gallbladder surgery in two days no stones of inflamation just Gerd and low function discover by hida scan. What are the complications and mortality %?

Gallbladder surgery in two days no stones of inflamation just Gerd and low function discover by hida scan. What are the complications and mortality %?

Your surgeon: should have given you all the possible complications. But laparoscopic cholecystectomy is very safe and curative. Your surgeon and your doctor has determined that potential benefits of surgery outweigh the risks when they recommended that you undergo this operation. ...Read more

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I am 5 months post gallbladder surgery. What will happen to me if i am not eating?

Malnutrition...: Not eating of course will make anyone become in malnutrition, eventually emaciation to the end of life. I hope this is not what you meant. But, our body takes time to adapt living after gallbladder removal. The decades accumulated experience has told us a commonsensical dietary modification will do the trick. So, ask surgeon for detail and get going. Best wish... ...Read more

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Can you tell me about post gallbladder surgery question?

Can you tell me about post gallbladder surgery question?

You can ask your: surgeon or try us. Please submit a clear & specific question about your cholycystectomy. Clarify and re-ask. ...Read more

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I need advice with post gallbladder surgery?

I need advice with post gallbladder surgery?

Trial and error diet: While many patients have no GI symptoms after cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal), some patients may note changes in bowel habits with more frequent stools and irritation. Some patients may have alterations in dietary tolerance, which may change over time. This cannot be predicted prior to cholecystectomy and trial and error of diet is normal. ...Read more