Friday, May 5, 2017

Gallbladder Stone My New Adventure !

  Hello   Dear   Friends!



Hope   and  pray   that   all   of   you   are   doing   great    and    not    ignoring   your   any   kind   of    even   smallest     disturbance   in    your    physical   or   mental    health.  I   am   saying   this   from   my   personal   experience  because   i  am     quite   expert   in   ignoring   my   poor   health   conditions   just   because  of   my   larger   than   life   positivity   .Each    time   i   get   call   from   inside   i   say   it   could   be   only   an   affect   of   tiredness   or  blah   blah  blah.

Almost    seven   years   back   i   was   diagnosed    stomach   ulcer   when  inevitably    i   went   to   the   doctor.  [i  hate  going to  them  don't  know  why ]  Ultrasound    of   my   stomach   revealed   that   there   was   internal   bleeding   since   more   then  14   years   which   caused   me   terrible   pains  which   i  never   took   serious  and   relied  on  self   medicine   which  give  timely   relief  and   after   sometime   misery   started   again .
  Stomach   treatment   took  almost   three   years   course   of   medicine  some  of  which  i   still  take   regularly   because  i  have  to  stop   virus   development   again  as   it   still   exist   there  .Doctor   say  i   will   have   take  these   medicines   until  i  am  alive .


Now   back   to   current   story   ,Since   long   i   was   feeling    allergy  ,and  swelling    and   burden  upon  my  eyes  and  face  but  as  usual   [i  did not earn  the  lesson]  i  avoided  it . Last   week  condition    turned   worse  when   after  meal   i   start   shivering  and  cold   sweating   .I  felt  fainted  and  unable  to  get  up   and   do  anything   inspite  of  trying hard .

Hubby  took   me   to   the   doctor   who   asked  for   some   tests.  Last   night   tests   were   shown   to   the   doctor   who   told   that   i   got   Gallstone   and   need   operation   to  remove   the   Gall Bladder. He   said   all   will  be   fine  once  the   operation   is   done .

It   reminded  my   late  mother   who   almost   in  same   age  of  which  i am  now  went  under  surgery   for   this   certain   disease .While   her   treatment   i   was    with   her   in   hospital    and   cried   badly   when   doctors   told  me   that  i  am   an   anemic  and   not   able   to   give  blood   to   my   mom.  Mom   after   operation   lived   for   more   than   20    years   happily .  I   still   remember   when    after    operation   doctor   showed   us   her   Gallbladder   and  stones  in  a  small  water  bag ,they   said   if  treatment  was  little  late  the  bladder  could  have  explode  into   her  body  and  she  could  have   died   immediately .But   God   blessed   her   with  the   time  in  which  she   saw   the  many   happy  events  of  her  kids  lives .

I  was   completely   unaware  of  DEATH  until  i   saw  our  house  owner  [ when  we  lived  in  city and  i  was  four  i think then]  died  and  i  asked  mother  why  uncle  bhatti  {his name]  is  not  moving  and  why  all  are  crying  and  mom  told  that  he  is  dead .Later  she  explained  that  when  people  get  old  they  die  and  we  bury  them  ,they  never  come back  ,i  still   realized   the   cold  wave     fear   moving   inside me .Otherwise   i   thought  when   people  get   old   they   again   start  from  their  childhood how  i  did not know  i  just   thought  that  life  goes  on  this  way.

I  saw  deaths  of  my  many  loved   ones  back  in  some   years  and   departure  of    parents  was   most    painful .  though   .Yet   i   never   felt   scared   of   death  i   know   it   sounds  lie    or   funny   but   what   to   do   when   my   little    stupid    extra    optimistic   brain   fantasizes   the   other   world   where  [may be]  one   goes   after   signing   off   in   this   world. Somewhere    inside   me   this    belief    is    very   strong   that   one   who    tries   his   best    to   stick   with   right   and   never   hurts   anyone    has    no    fear    for   death.

Operation   is   expected   in    next   month   and   i   hope   no   doctor   will   forget    his   any   of   his     tools    inside   me   while   doing   this   as   i   hear   such    crap   sometime   in   news,  and   right  now   this    is    my   only   fear  :)





Dear    Fellows   please   take   great    care   in   each   single   way   and   stay   calm,happy  and   focused   with   lots   of   love   for  LIFE!  God    Bless   You   All! 

   

34 comments:

  1. That's not good that you are feeling poorly. You will feel so much better after the operation, Baili. Take care, lovely lady.

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  2. Gallstones are so painful! It's good that you will get them out by operation, although I know that's not fun either. Sending you best wishes!

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  3. I pray you have a successful operation next month! My grandma had her gall bladder out, and one of my kids needed their's out! So I guess it is hereditary. I'm like you; I suffer and don't go to the doctors right away! You must be a silent sufferer! Good for your husband taking you to the doctors.

    Yes death is so mysterious....I ponder it at times! Andrea

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  4. Good luck with the surgery, it is fairly routine so take comfort in that.

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  5. Sorry to hear about about the gall stones and that you are not well.

    Good luck with the surgery.



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  6. Having my gallbladder removed is one of the best things I have had done. I had been in terrible pain and was prepared to beg the doctor to do whatever he needed to do to make it stop. That was about 45 years ago and I still feel wonderful. I predict the same will happen to you. Good wishes.

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    1. Oh dear this is quite long ago you had one.
      yet this is relief to hear something positive about it

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  7. Hi Baili, I hope that your operation goes very well and that you benefit from much better health! By the way, I hate doctor visits too. For me, I feel like (at least the ones here) don't really care, just push prescriptions and hurry you out for the next person. A hospital visit to the emergency room can easily be a 16 hour wait. Awful! I'm glad you're taking care of the problem! Take care!!

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  8. I had that surgery and it was a quick recovery without complications. Good luck!

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  9. I'm sorry you are not feeling well -- but that surgery seems to be done easily and gives people great relief. It will be nice to have it over with! The cartoon is funny but I understand your worry!

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  10. I'm sorry you are not feeling well too...Wish you all the best! xx

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  11. YOu are a very positive person and I am sure this will help you make a quick and comfortable recovery!

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  12. My Dear Baili, that's not good to read that you are feeling so poorly.
    I am sure you will feel so much better after your operation.
    Thinking of you and sending my good wishes.

    All the best Jan

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  13. I was sorry to read about your health issues, Bali, but feeling as bad as you do now is not good. I have never had surgery myself but I can understand your nervousness and fears as I am sure the same would happen to me. We fellow bloggers will keep your recovery in our thoughts.

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  14. You will feel much better after treatment.

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  15. So sad to hear things aren't going well. My thoughts are with you.

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  16. I'm sorry you're not feeling well. Sending you positive wishes. And you will feel so much better after this surgery!

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  17. Good luck with your operation. I'm sure you'll soon be fit and healthy again.

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  18. I'm praying everything goes well. Don't burden yourself with bad thoughts.

    Sending a hug from Chicago,

    Jane

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  19. I pray that your operation will be fine and you will be completely fine soon...

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  20. I had my gall bladder removed about 20 years ago. It was not an open surgery. The doctor had the gall bladder with the single stone removed with a scope. Pray and hope your surgery will be over soon and you will be in good health once again. Have a great weekend!

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  21. My best wishes to you.
    And glad to read that many friends share their valuable experience with you.

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  22. I'm sorry, that you are not well. I’m sure everything will go very well, and you will be healthy, strong and happy after the operation. :) Take care! I send a big hug to you!

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  23. Espero que a sua saúde melhore bem depressa.
    Beijos.

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  24. They do a count of instruments etc before the end of the surgery. It is a routine surgery, I bet you will feel so much improved afterwards.

    Betty

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  25. I am very sorry for your health condition. Please ask for a second opinion before going for any surgery. That will give some peace of mind. Wish you all the best.

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  26. I don't know much about this health issue, except that it is very common also in our country. I'm sure you will feel much better after the operation.
    I'm keeping you in my prayers and thoughts. Hugs!

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  27. my sweet friend, as you are in a situation that could easily overtake your heart with fear and anxiety i pray and speak PEACE over your life.
    as you move closer to the day of your surgery may you find REST, comfort and assurance in the promise of a father who yet holds you in his arms.
    he will never leave.
    his plan is always good.
    his hands still hold.
    his words still heal.

    i pray HEALING over your life.
    i pray JOY in this season.
    and my his will be done!

    please update and let us know how you are doing!
    much love

    ashley

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    1. Thank you so much for you such precious words dear Ashley!

      God bless you always ,each step in life with same joy and peace in life!

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  28. Good luck with the surgery, and a big hug!

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  29. Sending you all the best for your surgery and your recovery! You will do great! Big Hugs!

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  30. Oh, Baili! Gallstones are so painful! My mother went through this when I was eighteen or nineteen. She came through her operation well and had many more years of health and happiness. Chances are good that you will too!

    I hope that you won't take offense when I say that I hope you have learned your lesson now. You must listen to your body!!! We women tend to keep forging on no matter what; and I, at least, used to ignore signals my body was sending me because I had too many "important" responsibilities. I'm lucky to have survived my life-risking behavior. I am much healthier now because I am taking care of myself and listening to my body. All those things that I thought were so important were much less important than taking better care of me. My husband and my family want me with them! Sending you wishes for improving health and energy!

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind response and concerns regarding my disease my dear friend.
      Sorry to hear that your mom suffered with same issue but I am peaceful that she just like my mom lived happily after successful surgery.
      Thank you for your best wishes dear .they mean Lot to me

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