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Having gall bladder stones. Difficulty in breathing, feeling weak. What is the treatment?

hi,may my god bless you i want to cunsult with you about my mother.she is 40 years old.recently an operation of stone in the gall bladder has done with the problem is she is suffering from hardness in breathing too much. suffocation is with that.she has been so weak for a few months . so what can i do for her. pls let me know
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Hello,mashuq muhammad,
I hope everything went well with gallbladder surgery. I am not
sure if it was done through laparoscopy which is less invasive
and recovery is faster.Sometimes, after anesthesia and pain
medications after surgery may affect some more than others.
Usually there should not be much loss of blood during this
surgery.Make sure her blood count is O.K.
Make sure she is drinking enough fluids and eating properly.
You can supplement her meals with a protein drink such as
Ensure or similar drinks.Also, start giving her a good
B-Complex vitamin pill once day.Have her do daily breathing
excercises three times day.
Hope this helps her.
Wish her good health.
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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