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Dear, Docs

Hi, i'm Lya, 35years old. Indonesian. I have Chronic Hepatitis C type 1 (i did the Prgasysy n Copegus treatment years ago) but the doc said that the therapy wasn't give enough of good result for my hepatitis c, so i never nook the therapy anymore. And 2weeks ago, i have gall bladder surgery (laparschophy or something methode).

What i'm courious now, what's gonna happen with me after i got my gall bladder out while i still have chronical Heparitis C without any treatment. Would the gall bladder operation would affect my hepatitis c?? Would my hepatitis c is gonna get worse or would the operation doesnt affect my hepatitic c??

Please i need some answer. Ow...i think i had my hepatitis c has been 12 years now.. What's gonna be with me next?? What's the possibilities i have?


Regards,
Lya
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replied January 29th, 2017
Welcome to e health forum.

The gall bladder and liver are different structures, although having interlinked functions.

Your prior history of gall bladder surgery has no implication on the preexisting condition of Chronic Hepatitis C.




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