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After years of discomfort, millions of tests that came back normal followed by intermittent days of severe pain and just a general feeling of being unwell, ALL of the time - stones were found. Let's take your Gallbladder out. You will feel much better. Ok.
it feels far from that right at this moment in time - feeling a bit rough actually, smiling though in the understanding that maybe it's all to do with the fact that it's my first week after surgery.
After having my GB removed, I have had a few days good, a couple of days where I have done too much and feel rubbish [smile] Tired, emotional .... usual stuff after surgery - but on the whole not so bad.
Have eased off on the big painkillers - just using paracetemol ( maybe a little too soon 😬 I did this because I became sooooo compacted, from the Codine, that I have hurt myself in the process and just thought I would try and go with where my body is at the moment to try and regulate and heal.
I am hoping that someone out there might be able to offer support in where I am at at the moment, just to share advice and to find support and comfort in feeling hopeful for the coming weeks...... 🤗
- I experiencing burning sensation around the back of my right side anyone else felt this? Any understanding of what this might be?
- I shiver now and again.
- I am now rushing to the toilet for BM. Passing wind is a dangerous game 😁 Does this pass? Does this get better?
- Until constipation incident that really strained and hurt myself everywhere I was eating white fish, fruit, veg, gluten free toast - I am now scared to eat! I spent yesterday drinking herbal teas and smoothly and hope to start soups tomorrow - But find that the liquid bile stools sting like mad in passing, is this because of the Haemorroids or because I have nothing in my stomach for the bile to stick to?
Happy healing xx
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