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Diagnosed (hida scan) with low functioning GB at 16%. Surgery scheduled, but in the mean time, experiencing being suddenly very tired and sleepy. Is there a cause for this. Understand post surgery.
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replied June 27th, 2010
Your abnormal gallbaldder function (biliary dyskinesia) should not cause you to feel tired or sleepy (although some medications prescribed for this condition can make people feel sleepy).


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replied July 2nd, 2010
diet after lap coly
Hi!
I had my gall bladder removed 2 months ago.As such I had no problem but sometimes I feel tired & sleepy why it is so?I am planning to have baby when should I go for this planning pl. advise?

ashima
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