How to Lose Weight After Gallbladder Removal | Livestrong.com
The removal of the gallbladder is a common procedure in which the organ is extracted from the abdominal cavity through a small incision, under general anesthesia. Although the surgery itself is relatively routine, the removal of the gallbladder takes away a part of the digestive process of the body.
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Tips for Recovering From Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery (Cholecystectomy)
Follow these tips for recovering from gallbladder surgery to avoid complications and get yourself back to normal. This article is based on my own personal experience with this procedure.
Gallbladder Surgery and Home Recovering - Irresistible Icing
I’m officially gallbladder free! Good riddance! I had my surgery last Thursday (3/28/13) and I’ve been home ever since, recovering. The first few days were brutal. Getting up and down hurt like hell and I needed help just to sit down! The hospital and all the nurses/doctors were fantastic. I don’t remember much after they […]Continue Reading
A Post-Op, a Follow-Up, an Infection–Isn’t Summer Fun?
Thursday June 15th: 2 Weeks Post-Op Today I had my post-op appointment for my gallbladder surgery. Dr. Jones said I'm healing great. He took off the last of my steri-strips and checked to make sure the muscles underneath the incisions are coming together. I'm still not allowed to lift anything over 20 lbs or do…