I have found that after gallstone/gallbladder and/or kidney stone episodes (even small ones) the body feels as though it has been through the mill and run over by a Mack Truck. So, it is quite possible.
I just went to the Dr. for pains in my stomach and they did an ultrasound and they found gallstones. I have been researching them since I have to see the surgion this coming up Tuesday. Fatigue is one of the syptoms (symptoms) I have read about and I totally feel it! If you haven't gone to get checked out I would if I were you!
I have had ultrasound and i have multiple gallstones. On the waiting list to have gallbladder removed. Is this really necessary? if i cut down on what i eat, lose weight and eat healthy.. could i not live with the gallstones, or is this dangerous? please help as i very confused about it all
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