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LA
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posted 03-03-99 05:18 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for LA     Edit/Delete Message
Just thought I'd give you a holler and see how you're doing since your "de-gallbladdering." I posted my address for Instant Messenger under that topic; maybe I'll see you there later! LA

charlie
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posted 03-03-99 08:20 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for charlie   Click Here to Email charlie     Edit/Delete Message
thanks for asking la
i feel a little wierd in the tummy dept, my belly button hurts and sometimes i feel like iam full of bile or something, kinda like a acid feeling,did you have this when you had yours first out? and how long does it really take for everything to settle down,this is now my 7th day,
thanks charlie

LA
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posted 03-04-99 08:53 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for LA     Edit/Delete Message
Charlie,
It took me a good week to start feeling like myself again. I guess everyone is different; I know a girl who had her gallbladder out and 3 days later got married, large reception and all! And she looked great! Just be patient and take as much time as you feel you need to recuperate. That's what I did; tried not to push it. Hope you're good as new soon! LA

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