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Date Joined Sep 2008
Total Posts : 489
Posted 10/27/2008 2:16 AM (GMT -6)
Mommyphotographer seen you questions on the other post.Thought I would answer your questoins on a new post so if anyone else has the same questions thay could get the answer to.First on your gallbladder it depends on if it is diseased or if you have stones.My famaly has a history of hereditary gallblader disease. With it after you eat certain foods you feel real bad(mostly fryed foods or fatty foods like to many baked goods
cookies cakes exc.)upset stomich some times pain just under your ribs on the right side then diearea next day.This can go on for a long time for some.Then when it gets real bad you can have bad pain on the right side under the ribs that wont go away.For some thay dont feel anything tell thay just have a sudden sever attack.I dont know about
stones but I think mostly you just have pain.I am sure someone will add to this post that has stones.
On potassiam every since thay removed half of my small intestion I have had this problam.Part of it is that your body cant absorb enuff nutrients from your food since it gos through so fast.Second because the constant diearea lowers your potassiam.The reason that thay worry about
it is because the potassiam helps regulat your heart rate so if its low your heart can stop.
Lost half of my small intestine, Nerve damage to right leg,part of my right hip bone removed,hernia,infection in my back called discites,and depression
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