Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Ouch...

Friendly looking little cuddly toy?  No, this is a gall bladder (okay, so I am showing you a nice furry one rather than a gruesome photo) and mine is giving me some serious gip.  I am just waiting for a scan before they decide when they are going to take mine out.  This is probably the most pain I have ever had, mind you the heavy duty pain killers help especially as they send you as high as a kite!  So please excuse if the blog posts are a bit sparse in the next couple of weeks but I will be reading all yours and I am sure that they will help keep me sane while I am forced into doing nothing. 

12 comments:

  1. Ha,

    Gaule bladder, I just new you had some French in you somewhere!

    The sick list is growing round here and if you have any tabs you don't need.....

    GWS, we miss you,

    Billy.

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  2. Merci mon ami. I will be back very soon making you cups of tea and cake x

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  3. Ouch indeed. Hope you get better soon. - Margy

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  4. Ooh, so sorry! For what it's worth, a friend had her's out a couple of years ago and almost immediately felt much, much better and hasn't had a problem since. There's light at the end of the tunnel!

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  5. Thanks Margy and Sarah. I am going in for my scan on Sunday at 0900 hrs, so that gets rid of the Sunday lie in!!! Hopefully they will operate very soon afterwards. xxx

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  6. Fran I'm so sorry to hear this! I had a frend in South Africa who had gall stones and also complained about how painful it was. I hope you get some relief soon. Horrible for you!

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  7. Thanks Val, I really cannot wait for the scan tomorrow to find out what is happening.

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  8. Well? To cut or not to cut? Where do I send the grapes? Or would you prefer some naughty chocs? Keep your teeth gritted and smile if possible... ouch!
    :(

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  9. Just a note... must be an empathy thing, but all the word verification "words" I complete to add my comment here look surprisingly like the names of nasty medicines
    :(

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  10. Still waiting!! Janys I would seriously love some chocolate but I am on a low fat, no sugar, low GI diet! I would rather have some nasty tasting medicine and get back to eating normally!!!

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  11. Fran, my step-father had his gaul bladder out the end of August, a week after his 70th birthday. He was straight back onto his normal diet and was playing his beloved golf 10 days after the op. I hope you're better soon, looking forward to seeing you in the club when you are, we all miss you.
    Chris
    xXx

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  12. Thanks Chris for the encouragement. I actually miss you all too (as well as the chocolate and lager!) xxx

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