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Had hepatic jejunostomy due to laprascopic attempt to remove gall bladder, bile jag, rash around area of tubes. Any corelation ?

Hello, I had a hepatic jejunostomy due to a laprascopic attempt to remove my gall bladder in September. I had a bile bag and J tube attached and in ICU for three days. About six weeks after I got out of the hospital a rash started around the area of my tubes. It hasn t gone away. Could this be related? No infection, no oozing, no fever but it seems to be spreading. I ve been putting cortisone on it.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Apr 2013
He and welcome to HCM.
I am sorry that cholecystectomy complicated. Rash can be sign of infection,irritation or allergies. You must be sure that there is no contact between intraabdominal fluids,bile or bowel content and skin. You can be alergic to tubes material. You can apply cortisone but also try with some neutral skin cremes.
Wish you good health
Answered: Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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