life without gallbladder

Life Without Gallbladder

A journey of life after gallbladder removal surgery

First Christmas without gallbladder

This is my first Christmas without gallbladder.

And my Christmas wishes:
1. good health – totally recovered from the lap chole procedure, no more colic attack, no more ERCP procedure.
2. financial stability – monies, so that i can pay the IOU’s during my last hospitalization last Dec. 12 to 15.

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!


Got Admitted After The Operation

Last week I got admitted to the Cebu Doctor’s University Hospital as I experienced again a severe abdominal and back pains. The pain only subsided when Dra. Singidas told the nurse to administer nubain because for 4 hours since I was admitted in the hospital, no ordinary pain reliever medicines (oral and intravenous) managed to mellow the pain. And before that, I even took a pain reliever tablet before we went to the hospital.

Series of laboratory exams were made. More blood were extracted. The nurse took blood samples 3 times with 2 vials each hit. The findings Dr. Rosello was that either before or during the lap chole (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy) operation there was a stone that went out from the gallbladder. Then, he advised me to undergo ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography) procedure.


Living Life Without Gallbladder

This is my journey of living a life with no gallbladder. My gallbladder was removed around 10 am on October 1, 2009 through Lap Chole (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy) procedure – a 3-spot incision at the Cebu Doctors University Hospital. The operation was performed by Dr. Don Edward Rosello with Dr. Stephen Aldrich Alsay, the anesthesiologist who put me to sleep.

My life is not the same after the operation, it is the start of a new day, new perspective.


     
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