I had my Gallbladder removed last Sept.11th, about 3 or 4 mos. ago I noticed my Belly Button sticking out. I ask my Family Dr. what was wrong, he said it was Ruptured. Is it true that if this isn't taken care of that it can wrap around your intestines&cause all sorts of problems? What causes it to Rupture? Thanks, Peggy Blankenship
Well you are maybe right, but I swear he said Ruptured& it was done Laproscopic. He ask me that day when I wanted it taken care of& at the time my Mother had just been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer so I told him after she was taken care of first. She is doing fine, her Tumor the size of a "Football" attached to her left Ovary was all self contained, it wasn't attached to the intestines or Bladder. The Dr. was able to make a clean cut& no Chemo or Radition was needed. So she is on the mend, some sore still but doing very good. So I'm thinking about making an appointment& seein' a Dr. Lane not the one I went to before, he has ruined so many people, not saying that this is why its ruptured, but when a General Surgeon goes & does Breast Cancer removable& has a patient almost die, had she not gotten to another hospital then thats a little much. I wanted this Dr. Lane in the beginning, but my Family Dr. said he was their best Surgeon, well I guess hes the only one they have. Dr. Lane comes from Maryville&I've heard really good things about him, where all I've heard on the Dr. I had was bad things& people tell you not to have him, get someone else. But the Belly Button is starting to ache& bother me when I bend over, theres something wrong I know because its never been like this before. Thanks for getting back with me! Peg805
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