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Rash across abdomen after gallbladder removal

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i had my gallbladder out laproscopic 7 days ago . the first 4 days i felt wonderful. some soreness not much pain, and ready to do whatever. Then out of no where it hits if I am up and about after about thirty minues I get hot, start sweating and get nauseated. ihave to go lay down at times accompanied by dizziness. If I go outside in the heat it really starts. I also have this rash across my upper abdomen and the rt side of my abdomen. it is red raised fine rash. it does not itch. i feel like i have gone in reverse as far as recovery. no fever. appetite is good. bowel movemnet are good

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replied August 12th, 2010
Gallbladder Disease Answer A15203
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out.

You seem to suffer from some infection. It could possibly be a viral infection considering the rash & sweating.

However, the possibility of it being an Typhoid fever, malaria or infection of the stitch can’t be ruled out.

Hence, I’ll suggest you to consult your surgeon for the same. You might need further investigations to look for the cause of the symptoms you’re going through.

It’s very difficult to make an online diagnosis without a physical examination and investigations. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.

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