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People say you bounce right back after laparoscopic gall bladder removal. Had surgery Wednesday and still hard to get around. Some say you shouldn't be sore. I beg to differ. I am. Can't lay down. Sleep in recliner. Have little energy. Everyone is different. Just because some recover quickly doesn't mean you will. I wished I was one that could say that.
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replied August 14th, 2017
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Every individual is different and though laparoscopic procedures are associated with far less morbidity, as compared to open surgeries, the procedure will not be without any pain.

Since a organ has been removed and since tissues have been inflammed / irritated, there will be mild to moderate pain, which can be easily managed by pain killers and anti-inflammatory medications.




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