July 3 I got diarrhea and stomach pain for several days ended up in er dehydrated they tested me for everything under the sun and told me it was probably a stomach flu or parasite and put me on diphen, flagyl and bactrim. (Which by the way almost killed me allergic to it) . Embed up back in hospital 3 times dehydrated and 10 drs later after xrays, ct scan, colonoscopy, endoscopy, ultra sound, blood test, stool test and finally hida scan. They said was my gallbladder wit 27%ejection . So they removed it finally Oct 14, 2015 said the laproscopy would take 45 minutes I was in surgery for 87 minutes idk why they didn't tell. Well I've been queasy and little sore since sorbet. Yesterday morning I got up and got that terrible feeling of a gallbladder attack coming on tried to ignore it cause I have no gallbladder but that didn't work stomach stayed hurting, couldn't breathe, diarrhea, spinning, chest started hurting really bad went er they said Def not heart attack has anyone else had this problem? ? I'm seriously desperate at this point I'm scared to death idk what to do. I go to back to gs tomorrow but I've talked to them several times over last 2 weeks they keep saying probably aCid reflux, something I ate or just takes time to heal
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