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Why am I not recovering after a gall bladder surgery ?

I undergone gall bladder opeartion 26days back but still not recoverd. Doctor is trying different antibiotics but still pus is coming out from the wholes.Sometimes the wholes are becoming red,yellow pus.after opeartion on the third day I had high fever that was controlled by giving injections.Pus has been cultured but growth has been found,Sugar test,TC DC done all reports are ok.But still pus is coming out ,pain is there and day by day becoming weak ,loss of apetite.Today Dr has sugested to do USG .Can you please help what has happened?Suffering after opeartion.My age is 31years,5ft,female.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query.
You have got some thing inside which require investigations.
Ultra sound will definitely give some clue about not healing of the wound.
It is likely that there may be pus collection inside and may require re open the site for drainage of pus.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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