Problems after Gallbladder surgery, Is this normal? Problems after Gallbladder surgery, Is this normal? | allnurses

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Problems after Gallbladder surgery, Is this normal?

  1. 0 Hello. I just delivered a baby last March. I got diagnosed with Gallstones 2 months after. Last month (September) I was diagnosed with Gallstones & Pancreatitis! After weeks in the hospital , I had my gallbladder & stones removed on October 1st. I have been doing normal activities and feeling fine for 2 weeks now, I haven't taken anything for pain since a week after the removal! Last night, I bent over & laid my daughter in her crib as soon as I stood back up I got this stabbing pain all the sudden right in the middle/right of my bottom rib cage area! It's been well over 12 hours now since the pain first started, & moving / standing up makes it worse maybe about 8/10 pain scale! If I stay still I feel completely fine, and if I walk with my back hunched over I feel fine, but I can't stand up strait, is this normal?
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  3. Visit  Rose_Queen profile page
    #1 0
    Per TOS, we cannot give medical advice. You need to contact your physician.
  4. Visit  sophiasmommyy profile page
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    I wasn't asking for Medical advice I was just asking if it was normal
  5. Visit  Rose_Queen profile page
    #3 0
    That is medical advice.
  6. Visit  Esme12 profile page
    #4 0
    HI! Welcome to AN! The largest online nursing community!

    Congrats on your Baby!

    As per the Terms of Service we cannot give medical advice........asking advice on something that is causing you pain is asking for advice. It is impossible to tell what might be bothering you without you being seen by your PCP. If you are having severe your PCP or go to your local Emergency Department/Urgent care.
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    I wish you the best. Thread closed for staff review.