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Pancreatitis/Gall Stones - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Liver and Gall Bladder
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How are you?
User :   hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i am just ok
Doctor :   ya plz tell me how can i help you?
User :   *few very tiny echogenic foci seen in the gall bladder suggestive calculi
*a collection seen in the body and tail of pancreas with internal echos with an irregular soft tissue component seen suggestive of pseudopancreatic cyst
User :   its my ultra sound report
User :   now doctor did surgry and remove gb
User :   yesterday i come from the hospital
Doctor :   ok
User :   i have some question in my my after remove gb
User :   acctually i lost already 17 kg waight , my age is 27 years now my waight approx 48-50
User :   kg
Doctor :   ok
User :   now after remove gb its will down more ?
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   in my opinion it should not decrease
User :   acctually i want it increase
User :   approx 20 kg
Doctor :   yes i can understand
Doctor :   but as you are dischared
Doctor :   *discharged yesterday
User :   yes
Doctor :   so after some time you can start with good food tips to increase the weight
Doctor :   it is not the good time to do so
User :   acctuallty i have problem of pancratitcs too
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   i will recommend you to start on weight gaining after 3-4 weeks
User :   i dont knw whats a right reasion f my pancratitcs alchol or galstone
Doctor :   both can lead to pancreatitis
User :   before doctore told me its alcholic and now they are sying may be by galstone
User :   i have my all report before and current
Doctor :   ok
User :   do u want to see
Doctor :   yes if you can scan them and send
User :   yes i can
Doctor :   ok
User :   tell me the way to send
Doctor :   send on YYYY@YYYY
User :   acctually i am not getting opetion to send u in this chat section
Doctor :   email id
User :   u will receve quickly ?
Doctor :   yes email will reach
User :   ok
User :   then wait for a while let me send u
Doctor :   ok
User :   i am downloding wait
User :   downloading,,,,,,,,,
User :   hi
User :   hi
User :   are u there
Doctor :   yes
User :   i send u one mail
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   plz send it
User :   subject ; report
User :   check nnow
User :   and give me ur fax number
User :   its will easy coz its taking a long time
Doctor :   plz scan and send all reports
Doctor :   plz dont fax
Doctor :   after sending all the reports tell me
Doctor :   are you there?
Doctor :   are you with me?
User :   yes
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
User :   hi
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   have you send all the reports
Doctor :   are you there?
User :   i have send u all the report
User :   kindly check
Doctor :   i had recieved only two reports one ot CT and other of Blood
User :   i send u two mail
User :   in both mail i type second last ultra sound report impression
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   yes i recieved all your reports and i had reviewed them
User :   are u reading
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   i have reviewed them
Doctor :   do you have any concern about any reports
Doctor :   are you there?
Doctor :   i have read all your reports?
Doctor :   are you with me?
Doctor :   It shows you have moved away from the chat, so I close the window. Please log in again for 24/7 medical help.
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