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Hi everyone.

I had my gallbladder out yesterday. Keyhole just Day Surgery.

Finally got rid of the blasted thing.

3 or 4 little stones.

Surprising how much pain they caused.

Obviously still sore and painful but onwards and upwards and waiting to do my first poo! Don't think that will be too long in coming.

Thank you all for your replies and support.

Will keep you updated.

Lots of love and good health to you all

Sarah xxx

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    Hi Sarah, I bet you feel so much better. It's a lovely feeling when you realise that the damn thing is gone. Just take things slowly. You'll feel like you can take on the world but it catches up with you. Enjoy being spoilt and you'll soon be fighting fit x
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    Good luck. Hope it is an easy recovery. 


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    Hi Sarah,

    That's great news. Glad everything went ok for you. Don't over do it and do what your body tells you and rest when needed. I need to be like you and go for it.

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    Delighted to hear your over the op Sarah. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Take care. X
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    Hi Sarah

    so glad to hear your feeling better after your op,its nice to hear some good news on this site instead of bad.lets us know how you get on

    all the best



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    Glas to hear it went well. Im on day 3. Still sore but stitches arent tender any more and throat neck and shoulders no longer hurt. Take it easy and stay hydrated. Eat protein for repair materials and you'll be right as rain in no time smile
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