Post gall bladder removal and have blood blister where incision was?

Recovery support. Blood blister can occur after surgical incision, usually from the tape adhesive and/or glue. This can be tender, should be kept clean and dry. Okay to report this to your surgical team when you call to make your post operative appointment. Call sooner if you develop fever or vomiting. Be well.
Not unexpected. Since you may have some postop bleeding this isn't unexpected, protect it, an unpopped blister represents a closed sterile environment. Yes on occasion one can become infected then it is time to open it, however the risk of infection in a dressed open wound is still higher than that of an intact blister. The blister will gradually resolve with time. If it gets bigger see surgeon.

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I have severe pain from the incision below my sternum from my gall bladder removal 1 year ago. What could it be?

Maybe... A hernia formation, depending on the size of incision or size the the instruments used at your surgery. Painful tangle of nerve endings (neuroma) also possible. Infection unlikely this long after surgery. Would need to have a physical examination to tell what the possibilities could be. Read more...
Different things . It depends on severity , frequency , what aggravates the pain , what relives the pain. Any relation to food?So many questions , so many possibilities. See the surgeon again, may be an adhesion, may be an ulcer , may be pancreatitis, may be obstructed duct. You better see a doctor , get a sonogram and blood tests to start with. Read more...
Unknown. I agree with the othe doctors. See your surgeon so he can examine you and do other tests as necessary. Other dz process hernia etc. Read more...

Laparoscopic gall bladder removal 9 days ago. Incisions closed with small strips and then covered with water proof clear stickers. When can I remove it?

It is about the time. Speak to your surgeon for preference , most will advise to remove and leave to air ( expose the wounds and allow to take shavers ) Go for a post OP visit . Read more...
Usually fall off. They usually fall off after showering on there own. Talk to your surgeon, but most of my patients I told to remove them In 12-14 days. Read more...

I had emergency laparoscopic gall bladder removal 6 days ago. My ALT was 181, AST 127, AP 163, Glucose 168, and lipase 9. 1mo. Before, all were normal. They did not retest my blood. Now I have UTI & given cedifinir. Afraid it will affect liver.

LFT's. I would not worry about that particular antibiotic in this setting, but I do think it is important at some point, when ever your surgeon deems most appropriate, to recheck the liver tests to be sure that they normalize. If they do, and if your bile duct was normal in size, you should be fine. Good luck. Read more...

Gall Bladder removal on my 24 year old wonderful daughter Post surgery, blood pressure very high muscle spasms, periods of unresponsiveness MRI clear?

Drug reaction? May be a reaction to one if the myriad of medications, including the anesthesia that caused this, assuming it happened immediately after the operation. Ask for follow up with the anesthesiologist to get more input. If itnhappened in the operating room, it could have been related to a gas embolism, and that would resolve on its own. I'm sure she'll come around and be fine. Hope this helps! Read more...

Constipation after gall bladder removal and what are the remedies?

The more common .. problem after gall bladder removal is diarrhea as bile is constantly flowing now into the intestine. Often, if constipation occurs it is related to the effects of anesthesia, inactivity, and narcotic pain killers used post-operatively. The usual treatments--high fiber diet, lots of water, exercise--apply. A stool softener or laxative such a Miralax (polyethylene glycol) may be recommended. Read more...