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Been having terrible pains for 2 years with twice hospital admission.Had all investigations you can think of, MRI scan CT scan, endoscopy as the pain was right in the middle under my sternum, and went through to my jaws and back.
Third time lucky they say, went in per A&E , and this time they put me straight in CT scanner, we're they found that I had galstenen.
They wanted to sent me home after a few days, drugged up on pain relief, but I refused, and told them I was not going until my gall badder was out.THEY
They did another CT scan that day and then they found I had a hole in my liver.
I was referred to a liver specialist who made the decision that my gall adder had to come out.
When I woke up after surgery he told me, and showed me photos of a totally black gallbladder which he removed, and he was very surprised they had never picked up on before.
The glabladder had perforated my liver.
I was very, very ill and many told me I have been very lucky to still be here.
For the first two months after my operation I was very tired all the time, and nauseous , the tiredness is gone but I still have the nausea.
It was in January I had my OP. Anyone else have this problem?
I was already on esomeprazole before the OP.
GP has given me prochlorperazine tablets, but I do not want to keep taking them?
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