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my daughter has had an operation for gastric sleeve, which

my daughter has had an operation for gastric sleeve, which has turned into more operations. she has had to have a full gastric bypass. She hasn't been able to keep food down or water. she is constantly dehydrated and in an out of the hospital. The doctor doesn't know what is wrong. What can we do? Her life is over, she is in the house sick, in pain and is about to give up on trying to find out what is wrong. She has become very depressed. I am very worried. The hospital has treated her badly, the doctor is always gone and there is usually his helper who doesn't know what to do. She is always waiting for the doctor to help her. Please if you know anything that can help her, she is giving up. She says she is going to die.
Mon, 14 May 2018
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