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Vomiting bile and mucus, sleep deprivation, rapid heart rate, anxiety attacks. Had gallbladder surgery. Suggest?

I had gallbladder surgery about 3 months ago, everything was alright until about a month ago, ive started puking up bile and only passing bile or mucus, i have developed sleep deprivation that is accompanied by rapid heart rate and feelings of anxiety attacks , ive also had a mild fever for about a week now, i also had to start taking penicilin for my tooth infection, and developed two red spots on my tongue, i was also a weed smoker until i got sick i stopped in case that means anything.. any suggestions?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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You have had a gall bladder surgery 3 months ago. If you have not had a follow up visit with your operating surgeon, please fix an appointment with him/her at the earliest.

There is definitely no harm in repeating an ultrasound scan of the whole abdomen to rule out any bile leakage.

There may be a fistulous track too. The cause of fever could be on-going inflammation in the abdomen.

Follow my suggestion and you should be fine soon.


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