“I had laproscopic surgery to remove my gallbladder. The surgeon made 1 incision in my
belly button, 2 incisions in my lower right side and 1 incision in my epigastric region
around the sternum. Before this surgery, I was
having problems with reflux, occasional heartburn,diarreah, nausea and vomiting at times amd I was also having pain in my upper right side.
10 years prior to gallbladder surgery,I had
a complete hysterectomy due to endometriosis.
After my hysterectomy, I had no complications
what-so-ever. After my gallbladder surgery, I
had an Upper GI done, which showed I had a
sliding hiatal hernia.Gallbladder Surgery reports showed,that I also had dense adhesions stuck upon my gallbladder, before my gallbladder was taken out,which lead me to believe that the adhesions could have been removed off the gallbladder, without having to remove my gallbladder itself. The past 3 years
have been one big agonizing nightmare for me.
anyone considering gallbladder surgery should
really consider all options, before having the procedure done. If your taking to the hospital under emergency circumstances, as I was, don’t allow physcians to give you medication, while trying to make your decision.
Have family and friends with you, so that you
feel no pressure in making your decision.
Peace to all!!”