Thursday, September 17, 2009

I'm getting my Gallbladder out yay!

So I'm scheduled for Friday morning to get my gallbladder removed because I have yucky gallstones and it's causing my liver to be sick as well. Once I get my gallbladder out my liver will be perfectly happy and I won't be staring at dark orange urine in the toilet anymore..haha! I'm going to American Fork Hospital. Dr. Peugh is my or one of my surgeons. It's a 30 min procedure. And lucky enough I was able to find me a chauffeur and the lucky winner is Hannah Michalsky! Wish me luck everyone!

9 comments:

Rob said...

Good luck Laura! I'm excited to see this improve your well-being. Did they mention what the expected recovery time will be like?

Staci said...

ewwww that pic is ewwwy(thats what miles says) but we are so happy your getting this done so you don't have to feel pain anymore. Good luck we will pray for you.

Laura said...

I should be up and running avg 3-7 days. But i plan to go back to work and school monday. I should be fine.

Matt said...

That second picture is so nasty. It looks like a papaya that popped open and the seeds spilled out! OK, that's what Mica said it looked like. Anyway, we'll be praying for you. Just remember to get a picture!

Lindsay said...

ew.. that bottom picture SMELLS.... really REALLY bad. and it looks like dog food. *shivers*.. you're worse than my sister! :)

Anonymous said...

You dont know me but my name is Maggie and I'm getting my gallbladder removed tommorow morning and Im scared to death!!! I havent had pain in a long time so I wish I could cancel it but know that I cannot. Can you give me some words of wisdom if you get this tonight?
my email
maggiemc_30@yahoo.com

thanks , Maggie

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