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Gallbladder removed yesterday pain was horrible so I walked around ..when i woke up today the pain was much better !!! Its the soreness and the bloating in my stomach or I would say swelling is the only pain or discomfort today but the biggest problem is the that the feeling sick at the stonach that won't stop that's my problem..and mt sore throat. can anyone relate?

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    Hi Veronica I,can understand how you feel. I had my gallbladder removed a week ago today. The soreness and bloating will ease. Walking around a little at a time will help relieve the bloatedness. I had a sore hoarse voice for about five days.  I am feeling more human know after a week and the ability to eat is great after having constant pain and sickness.

    Hope your feeling better soon, thinking of you x

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    Hi Veronica!

    Wow - you are doing better with pain after removal compared to when I had mine out:-).  I REALLY hurt for 3 days, but I did not take pain meds.  Please remember you have had major surgery and it will take awhile for all this to work its way out and your body adjust.  Try to do whatever your doctor said with recovering - I also recommend going very slow introducing foods, and staying very low fat for awhile.  The nausea can also be leftover from anesthesia - throat soreness from tube they most likely put down your throat during surgery.  If anything worsens I would call your surgeon's office and bounce it off them for their advice - hopefully things will get better for you soon!

    With thoughts and prayers from the States-


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