Adhesion can come after Gallbladder surgery. I had them really bad. Any good adhesion Doc should be able to help you!! Where are you?
> Date: Mon, 5 May 2008 12:32:04 -0500
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> Subject: gallbladder adhesions
> Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org (brian)
> Subject: Re: gallbladder adhesions
> At Wed, 23 Apr 2008, Steve wrote:
> >Hello all. First time here and I'm finally reading some familiar things.
> >I don't know if adhesions are my problems but from what I've read here,
> >it could be. I had my gall bladder out in Dec 2006 and was fine until
> >Oct 2007. Started having sever stabbing pain in the same area as gall
> >bladder but it was ten times worse. Ended up on the floor at 3am and
> >then in an ambulance an at the ER. They said I must have been passing a
> >hidden gall stone. Stayed over night and the next morning they did an
> >ERCP. Woke up with sever Pancreatitis and was in the hospital for 2
> >weeks after. A few weeks later I started having breathing trouble
> >and some strange feelings in my side right at the site of the gall
> >bladder. It was like something was hanging, like a weight inside my
> >stomach. Kinda like tugging. It would come and go and I managed to
> >work most of January but then it got horribly worse and I have been at
> >home since Feb 1. I've had Ct scans and xrays and keep getting told
> >that there's nothing wrong. Yet I can't function! It hurts to breath,
> >eat, stand up, lie down. I brought up scar tissue but was told that it
> >wouldn't cause this much trouble. I am really at a point of no return.
> >Pain pills don't work long and the pain returns. I am at a point where
> >I feel like taking them all just to make it stop. I mean I really
> >wouldn't do that but it is getting simply unbearable. Are there
> >specific doctors that deal with this, because mine isn't willing to do
> >anything else. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.