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No, they are not the same. The bladder is part of the urinary system. A bladder infection is commonly caused by a bacterial infection .Usually the...
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The gall bladder and the appendix are quite a distance apart and most gall bladder surgeries are done laproscopically now. Personally, I would leave...
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I recently had mine removed. I had dull to severe pain depending on what I ate between my lower shoulder blades. Sometime's I would have...
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I've had mine removed just over 2 years ago, and still have problems with mostly eating certain foods.  Nothing to heavy, and definitely no...
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I was told yes that it's normal for a couple days after gallbladder removal
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After my gallbladder was removed I was able to eat everything, just be cautious about eating to much dairy because if you experience constipation, it...
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With the gall bladder its eating that the problem, I would get him checked for stomach and intestinal viruses/infection. Just me though better safe...
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I'm not sure from your question if you've been diagnosed with gallbladder disease or if you're self-diagnosing. It's important to...
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Diarrhea is troubling in 10% of people who have their gallbladders removed. The diarrhea is believed to be due to the fact that following removal of...
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Pepcid is OK to take during pregnancy, but it is very important that you advise your doctor or health care provider that you are taking it now that...
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Hi Why not, if its still there and its now playing up, then you need to get this seen to.So if your now having problems, see your doctor ASAPGood Luck
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You're a good wife to be staying alert to possible complications after your husband's gall bladder surgery. He's lucky to have you!I hope...
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The gallbladder is a muscular, hollow sack, approximately two inches by one inch that attaches to the lower edge of the liver. The purpose of the...