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Gallblader removed

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 3, 2007
  • 02:50 PM

On April 15,2005 I went to the hospital i had lower back pain,stomache vomiting ,and fever. I had my gallblader removed in.I though it was just going to be a endoscophy but when I woke up from the surgey my doctor told me that I had complications that I was born with a defomalaty on my common bile.I had a secound opinion with a diffrent doctor he told me that I had a injury to my comon bile duck and that I needed to have a stint 1 inch from the liver.I had 5 stint replacements and ever since i been having complication with my liver being elvevated I been itching,constipation and cramp. 2 year later I been having problems with my bladder and lots of pain on my lower back ,and legs I went to the doctor but the only thing thats wrong with me is a bladder infection,but the pain dosen't go away. My questions is what is really wrong with me?

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