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... allergic triggers such as cold air. ... (1 replies)
... Hi. It is where you snore a lot and stop breathing for short periods of time while you are sleeping. With my husband, he would snore then stop breathing then snore again really really loud as if he was trying to catch up on his breathing or catch his breath. This went on for years. Then a while back he woke up out of a dead sleep and could not breath and it scared him... (7 replies)
Jul 5, 2008
... HI---just thought I would relate my experience about your post. I first had a problem in 2003 with a very strange pain in my gallbladder area, nausea, pain. I went to my GP and had an ultrasound of the gallbladder that was "absolutely normal"---no stones, no sludge or gravel, not thickened, normal size. I also had liver tests, all normal at the time and they have been... (8 replies)

... Hi hopeto...gosh, I hope your gastroman can help you figure out how to rid the pain you're still having post-surgery. It is horrible that you are made to feel like some kind of recreational user just because you've been in pain longer than you were advised to take the pain meds! that's the thing-- I don't think the doctors have been in our situations, so they don't know what... (6 replies)
... Hi there. Sorry you're not feeling well. I wouldn't overly worry about the viral symptoms unless they persist. Viruses are everywhere and cause everything from gastrointestinal distress to the common cold. Your immune system was thrown for a loop with the surgery. It's going to take some time to fully recover. Try not to worry and get some rest. :) (2 replies)
... i'm getting ready to have thryoid surgery in few weeks. ... (4 replies)
... Take Alka Seltzer Plus for colds...every 4 hours.... (6 replies)
Good Luck Deda!!
Dec 6, 2006
... Or, on the other hand, afraid they will tell me I need surgery asap! ... (1 replies)
... Three yrs ago I had pancreatitis and I was in the hospital 4 days and then had my gallbladder removed. I had been suffering with gallbladder attacks for years. I've felt great since the surgery. This week I had pain that felt exactly like the pancreatitis(horrible pain,nausea cold sweats)and went to the ER and they ran blood test(amylase) and said everything normal so no... (2 replies)
... at is causing the pain. My wife's coworker has had similar problems and finally founs a doc that listened to her and said yes something isn't right and they did surgery and her GB was diseased. She told her doc about my situation and said that I should contact him which I probably will but right now work is preventing that. ... (5 replies)
... Hi all, I've been reading through the posts in this board and have learned alot from them. This is my first post regarding my own digestive problems and if any of you have any advice for me I would really appreciate it. I'll try to be concise :) : 1.) I have had irritable bowel for 15 years now (diagnosed when I was 21, am now 36.) 2.) Gallbladder removed at... (3 replies)
Sep 12, 2002
... Have you ever had this kind of surgery Sarah? ... (5 replies)

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