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Hi everyone, i totally agree that not enough information is provided to patients after post op. its not acceptable to be told you dont need your Gaulbladder, i do appreciate like myself it was a necessity to have it removed but it is there for a reason along with all our anatomy to function and be healthy.
I had a difficult operation and recovery and immediately after the surgery told, you can eat whatever you like!' which worried me that this was the only information available and told to look on googel for what to eat.
Since this time and a lot of research later i am finally beginning to feel better and i really feel for people on here that post messages expressing the difficulties and lack of information out there from the health providers and i realise this is not everyones experince but one is too many.
I have spent several months posting any advice i feel i can provide within my knowledge and experince and always express to peolpe if anything does occur that is impacting your health to the point of not being able to function properly always contact your doctor always and if thats not enough seek further guidance from another health professional or higher.
i trully wish everyone all the best on here and happy to chat to anyone who wishes to know my experinces and sending all my best wishes to you all Joanne
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