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I am a habitual marijuana smoker and i have gallbladder removal

i have had my gallbladder removed 3 weeks ago and sometimes when i smoke weed my stomach really hurts, is this because of the weed or am i not fully healed?
Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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due to weed only. try to start Yoga and pranayam under medical supervision for complete rejuvination
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this all is due to weed you taking, try to give up it with support of psychiatrist. try pantaprazole tab early morning empty stomach n mucaine gel 1 tsf tds.
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THIS IS HUNDRED PERCENT BECAUSE OF WEED. TRY TO GIVE IT UP SLOWLY OTHERWISE IT WILL ALSO DAMAGE YOUR LIVER FUNCTION. TRY TO REJUVENATE YOUR VITAL ORGANS.

DR. SURYA PRAKASH TADEPALLI
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