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Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy

Posted by
Abbi on August 22, 2003 at 03:09:24:

When my daughter was about 1 1/2 y/o I had my gall bladder removed. I am in the Air Force and the doctors were not so willing to diagnosis the G/B problem as quickly as hoped. It was later determined (by myself and a couple of internet websites) that the GB was the most likely cause and I took my information through my chain of command to schedule an ultrasound. The next day I was told that I was scheduled for surgery. The doctor had described that the GB was full of sandy-like stones and was probably the problem that I was experiencing since my daughter was born. I was upset that I had this horrific problem and terrible pain and over a year and a half was told a series of things, other than the actual cause of my pain.... from endometriosis to just acid reflux disease (not to mention on the prescriptions that I received).

Well now I am 9 weeks pregnant and I have had all the same problems as before the GB removal. I am worried that maybe my Liver is over reacting to the baby being there and my metabolism can't keep up. Of course I have nausea and I am throwing up. But when I throw up.... it is 90% bright yellow bile. I throw up on an avg. of 3 times a day (sometimes 6 x's a day and sometimes just 2). When I am not throwing up, I won't leave the couch or the bed. I have no energy all day. When I eat, my body keeps the food and gets rid of the bile. I have thrown up so much of this that I can tell that my teeth are feeling the effects of it. This has been going on since I was 3 weeks pregnant (1 week after conception). I have been to the doctor twice with my problem and they checked the baby and said that he was fine and that it is a normal thing to have nausea. I want to say "Well, No S*^$" but I just smile and say thanks. I am very frustrated and concerned for my health as well as the baby's health. I cannot find too many websites that talk about problems after a gall bladder surgery that relate to my symptoms.

Please help.... I'm sure that my family and I can't go through this much longer. We felt overwhelmed with happiness when we got pregnant and now it almost seems that it's not worth it. I know that it's all worth it when that baby is in my arms but I am discouraged to have more children if it's just going to cause dismay and disorder in our home and family. Please help and give me something to ask the doctors to check out on my next visit. Thanks.


Abbi Cabeen



Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy

Posted by Steve on August 22, 2003 at 09:08:49:

In Reply to: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy posted by Abbi on August 22, 2003 at 03:09:24:

Abbi, You are reacting to something your eating, fatty foods, sugar, or poor food combining..Try to thing back and ask your self, what did I eat that's making me sick..The Doc told me after I had my gallblader removed, that the same things that made me sick before will still make me sick again..You have to police your self..Silver Fox!

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Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy

Posted by S.H.A.P.E. on August 22, 2003 at 09:31:39:

In Reply to: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy posted by Abbi on August 22, 2003 at 03:09:24:

Your Gallbladder surgery was unneccessary. The sandy stones could have easily been eliminated by performing a simple liver flush. Your present problem is that even though your gallbladder has been removed, you still have bigger stones (toxic waste matter) that are still in your liver. However, now that you are 9 weeks pregnant, this puts you between a hard place and a rock. I would normally suggest that you perform the liver flush, however I don't know, if any, negative effect that the liver flush would have on your unborn angel. The flush consist of drinking epsom salts and then olive oil. Neither of these products should hurt your baby but then again, that's completely up to you and your hubby. There's also a liver tonic called "Livatone Plus" however, it takes much longer (6 months to one year) before results are noticed. I have personally performed 7 Liver Flushes and I've eliminated over 2000 stones. I've also reversed 24 congested liver symptoms that I was experiencing. If you want the instructions for how to perform the liver flush and the list of congested liver/gallbladder symptms, email me at alternative.health@verizon.net * S.H.A.P.E. * PS - What really concerns me is that your liver is not functioning properly. This means that "TOXIC BLOOD" is being sent to every part of your internal body, including to your unborn angel and in my way of thinking, this is terrible!



Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy

Posted by Steve on August 22, 2003 at 10:14:57:

In Reply to: Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy posted by S.H.A.P.E. on August 22, 2003 at 09:31:39:

Not a good idea..Wait until you had your baby..Silver Fox!

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Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy (Archive in LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on August 23, 2003 at 08:36:01:

In Reply to: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy posted by Abbi on August 22, 2003 at 03:09:24:

Hi, Abbi.

This is EXACTLY what I have been bemoaning on this 'site for years. Removing the gallbladder only cuts off the tip of the iceberg and the problem will surely come back to haunt the individual.

ALL of the things you have mentioned are sequelae of LGS anmd until you deal with this your problems are just berginning.

Go to the FAQ articles on the home page, the glossary for any unfamiliar terms and then the archives until you begin to understand what is going on and your options for reversal.

Let us know what you learn.

Walt



Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy (Archive in LGS.)

Posted by
Abbi on August 28, 2003 at 02:24:07:

In Reply to: Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy (Archive in LGS.) posted by Walt Stoll on August 23, 2003 at 08:36:01:

Would you suggest a specific test that I could have them order when I go in for my 12 week exam? This is also the military doctors to whom are very reluctant about ordering outrageous things. LGS does sound similar. I'm not to sure on what I could do to relieve it without doctors help. Also how often does this happen? Am I just another person who just realizes that something is wrong and actually asks the question or are there few cases of this? My husband and I defiantly want to get to the root of this and make everything healthy again. There is only so much that we can get through without losing our sanity. Thanks for your help.



Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy (Archive in LGS.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on August 29, 2003 at 12:39:30:

In Reply to: Re: Gall Bladder Removed & worried about this pregnancy (Archive in LGS.) posted by Abbi on August 28, 2003 at 02:24:07:

Abbi,

Why not simply stop eating refined foods and do a gallbladder flush?

Walt

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