Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Doc thinks its gall bladder attack due to a defective functioning gall bladder. Looks fine on u/s, but thinks its squeezing 'wrong'

16 comments:

margelina said...

you probably need a nuc med study to check the function. They are super-fun! Had this several years ago...hope everything turns out fine!

MommyP said...

I've heard this isn't uncommon post-pregnancy. Take care of yourself!

Simply AnonyMom said...

Hope you feel better soon. I had my gallbladder removed a year ago. It is amazing how better you feel once it is gone.

areyoukiddingme said...

Hope you're feeling better soon.

Lee said...

Thinking of you.

Kirsten said...

Yuck. No fun. Take it easy and hope you're feeling great soon :)

loribeth said...

Oh, (((hugs))). Hopefully that is it & they can take it out & that will be the end of it. Apparently they can be aggravated by estrogen, which is why they are very common in pregnancy.

Sarah R said...

Tell 'em to rip it out! I hope that's what it is so you can get to healing pronto! Damn, girl!!!

Denise said...

Are you freakin kidding me? You need a break. Seriously.

MrsSpock said...

Ack- that's miserable- hang in there!

Amanda said...

ouch. Poor girl. Hope you feel better soon!

Kymberli said...

Crap, Nancy! After this, you're not allowed to get sick, not even a sniffle, for a VERY, VERY, VERY long time, y'hear?

Amanda said...

GB attacks suck. I've had several. Hopefully you feel better soon and get it out soon.

Amanda said...

Oh, hey, I wrote a post last month about my HIDA scan. It might provide a little info for you if they recommend you get one.

http://impatientwithpcos.blogspot.com/2009/01/hida-scan-09_13.html

Elana Kahn said...

I agree that they should just take the thing out....but what does the gallbladder actually do? Hmph! You're really not allowed to get sick any more. I don't want to hear about you being in the hospital ever again! :-)

Valerie said...

Oh No! I had my gall bladder out when T bone was 6 months old, lovely post pregnancy problem. Hope you are back to your old self soon