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... I was dealing with a lot of gas, bloating, belching, nausea and cramping before surgery over the last few months. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there. Pain in your right shoulder is totally normal. It is from the gas they use to expand your stomach during the surgery. The best thing you can do is walk around as much as you can to get the gas moving and get it out. ... (2 replies)
... I had gallbladder surgery 3 days ago and have horrible pain in my right shoulder. Its worse when I lay down. The doctor says this is normal from the the air used during the surgery. ... (2 replies)

... in my case, I was so sick and losing weight so fast I was willing to have the surgery because my EF was so low at any rate. If you do have the surgery, make sure you get a really good surgeon with tons of experience! ... (11 replies)
... Hi. I have a thread called Nausea, Diarreah and Depression After Gallbladder Surgery but since I began that thread I am beginning to feel much better however, my doctors think that my GI specialist might still feel I need to get the spinctor of odi checked out because my alkaline phosphorous levels elevate now and again and up until two days ago I was still nauseous into my... (1 replies)
... gallbladder detox. These items may be purchased online. Paratrex WORKS GREAT!!! You will feel bad initially after taking it, but that's normal. Your body will be going through withdrawal during the parasite elimination. Also, drink lots of alkaline water. ... (19 replies)
... Hi, thanks for your input! Does your GERD reflux go away after surgery? ... (11 replies)
... I haven't had my gallbladder out but I can tell you how to remedy the constipation problems without laxatives: Start by drinking at least 64 oz. a day of water,start increasing your dietary fiber intake to 25-35 grams a day, take a fiber supplement twice -three times a day. this part is the most important- sit on the toilet at the same time everyday for 30 minutes to have a... (3 replies)
... and was given different meds prior to the surgery to prevent any problems. I had the surgery and was given antibiotics, pain killers, blood thinners and stool softeners. After coming home, the third week I got very ill. ... (0 replies)
... Having stomach pain on and off today but it's in the center under my breast bone to a couple inches above my belly button. Started taking Prevacid Tuesday, I know it takes time to see improvement but nothing yet. I'm still having still some chest discomfort at random times throughout the day. Woke up last night with a sharp pain in the center of my chest that just lasted... (6 replies)
... have problems after gall bladder surgery. ... (6 replies)
... You should read my other post so you see my daily pain. I have belching, nausea, pain where my gallbladder used to be, and shoulder pain. I take Welchol for the diarrehea. I sometimes have constipation. ... (8 replies)
... I just started taking Cholacol a few days ago and it has helped me feel almost normal! I had my gallbladder removed three months ago and have had bad nausea and sick feeling did not go away after surgery. My naturopath dr. ... (5 replies)
... I would say it is normal. I had my GB taken on December 20, 2007. I had trouble eating until recently, but I still cant eat like I used to. I have a lot of gas and stomach cramping, especially after eating. I also have mild nausea after eating as well. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, I had my gallbladder removed when I was 18, because it was unable to empty after filling. ... (1 replies)
... I took out my contacts, put my hair up, got my glasses and lovely surgery hairnet on and settled back. My husband was allowed to come in as soon as she put the IV in. They gave me antibiotics through the IV immediately. ... (4 replies)
... I was told gas travels there so if it is gas that is causing your stomach pains, it would make sense that your shoulder blade would hurt as well since gas also travels there. ... (1 replies)
... the bile duct stones, which was an excellent procedure. the drugs were superb, completely painless, wouldn't mind having it done again for entertainment. but the gallbladder surgery was a little more painful than that. ... (9 replies)
... You didn't say but you probably had Laproscopic gallbladder surgery. ... (23 replies)
... Thank you for your comments. After researching everything and finding that gas is a possibility, along with adhesions from hysterectomy surgery perhaps causing partial obstruction of small intestine, I felt better. I did make an appt. with the gastro doc for next week and will describe it all for him. ... (3 replies)




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