Extreme nausea following gall bladder removal

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Hi,

I had my GB removed on 9th June. I also had gastroscopy and x ray at same time and everything reported clear. Had previously had ultrasound and CT scan during diagnosis problem. Operation had no complications so why do I feel so sick all the time.? Does anyone know if this is a normal response.? Doesn't seem to matter what I eat or drink it is the same and is rally getting me down. Can't sleep much either. Any suggestions very welcome. :o(

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    I had the same thing, my Doctor prescribed PMS-Metoclopramide 10mg. It helps with the nausea.

    Try eating popsicles too, they work wonders for me.

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      Hi

      thsnks for the swift response, hate to sound so thick but what are Popsicles?

       Thnx

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    From what I hear, it takes a good 6 weeks to even start to feel better. But then again, still waiting for my surgery so let you know how I feel after.

    feel better soon Lizzy

    Gail

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      Hasn't heard it would take that long before. I could do without that! Have 18 kids due on 6th July for a month and have to be on my feet and running by then :o) 

      my husband had his GBout almost a year ago the state I had mine fone, he was told don't drive for 2 weeks and no lifting for or 4 weeks, I was told, you can drive after 3 days(if u feel able) and no lifting restrictions! How things change in a very short time. I was only told recovery could be 6-8weeks IF he couldn't do keyhole and it sent to full open surgery

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