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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
^ and even weirder, LMDB is the same general age as me, in the same general location (ish...). Neither of us have had a good answer given to us by our doctors. Strange much?
Ugh, I feel you Loves. They told me the GB surgery would be nothing, but it took me weeks to feel better. I didn't ride for 10 weeks after that surgery, and even then it hurt like crazy. Rebuilding all of that muscle that gets stretched/torn is torture.
I had a GI tract CT scan back before my gallbladder came out, a HYDA scan, a barium test, and an ultrasound done on all of my major organs and they said they looked fine. I have blood panels done, I kid you not, at least once every 6 weeks or so just to see if they can catch something off. So far the only thing that has ever come back off was a slightly low white blood cell count (nothing huge though, and it righted itself the next time they checked), high cholesterol, and the iron deficiency.
Did they find anything alarming with you? Also, have you noticed any changes in what you can eat (good or bad) since your surgery? I realize it hasn't been long but this was the same time frame in which I started having all of those weirds 'intolerances' to different foods.
Tempest- I didn't think about that. Is there a way to check for an excess amount of vitamin A? I'm assuming blood work? (Good thing I'm not afraid of needles...LOL)
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