I'm having laproscopic surgery for gall bladder removal, will my wounds be glued or stitched?

Ask your surgeon. After any surgery, wounds can be closed with suture or staples. Even with 'glue', there are typically sutures under the skin.
Probably stitched. The scar is typically so small that the doctor will probably put in a few stitches to close the skin and underlying fascia.

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My wife had a laproscopic surgery 1 month before after she was diagonosed gall bladder stones. After the surgery she has started a back ache. Plz help?

See your surgeon. It depends on how long ago the surgery was. There can be some temporary muscle aches in the back early after surgery. Later pains could be from pancreas, rarely from retained bile duct stone, or other possibilities. Needs a physical exam with your doctor or your surgeon. Read more...

I have just been told I have sludge in the lumen the BCD dilated to 1.5 CM after gall bladder removal will this mean more surgery please?

Not Necessarily. Increasing size of the Common Bile Duct is normal after having your gallbladder removed. Unless you are having recurrent symptoms, I don't think you need surgery. You may need to have an upper endoscopy to open the valve so the sludge can be drained easier from the duct. That will be up to you, your symptoms and your surgeon/endoscopist. Read more...

What are the side effects of gall bladder removal surgery?

Maybe none. Gallbladder removal surgery, for the proper condition of gallstone disease, may have no side effects. Most patients are fully normal & can eat normally after surgery recovery. Some patients may have fatty food intolerance & diarrhea. Removing a normal gallbladder may cause many digestive problems though. Read more...

Had gall bladder removal surgery (laprascopic) developed ascites afterwards, is that possible?

It is. It is possible if you developed it. You surgeon needs to find why. Is it cardiac, liver, kidneys, inflammation, etc. Talk to your surgeon. Read more...
Unusual. Should see and ask your surgeon. Fluid intraperitoneally may just be from fluid (irrigation) used during surgery . But other possibilities include bile leak or bleeding or pancreatitis, if you are not improving, get followup and find out what the ascites is and why you have it- underlying liver disease , heart failure etc. Read more...

I am two weeks post-op from a gall bladder removal surgery. The surgical pain is gone and now I have gotten terrible back pain. What's wrong?

See your surgeon. back pain after gallbladder surgery make us worry about the pancreas,could be a simple problem from sleeping more and laying on the bad mattress more than usual,but i will check with my surgeon,let them know about how you feel,if you are my patient ,i want to know. Read more...