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  1. #46
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    Feel better soon!

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    Glad to know that everything went well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Catty1 View Post
    Thanks so much for the update, Paul. Will she be on antibiotics for a few days to make sure the infection is gone?

    I hope you are doing all right.
    Karen was/is receiving antibiotics intravenously. I have not been told what will happen tomorrow.

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    I go awa y for a few days and I miss this! I am glad to hear you'te on the mend

  5. My thoughts are with you for an easy and speedy recovery!

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    Wishes for a speedy recovery!

    SO happy to hear the surgery went well, and hopefully you'll be home with Paul today!
    Love and get well hugs, and wishes for a full and speedy recovery, Karen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosmom View Post
    Good luck, Karen. It'll go smoothly. You'll be back home before you know it!!

    Had my gall bladder out years ago just when it became arthroscopic surgery. I was back to normal in a week.

    Send hugs and prayers from CT

    I had my first good laugh of the day, thanks to you!

    I don't mean to be nitpicky?

    An 'arthroscopic' surgery is usually a joint/bone procedure.

    A 'laparoscopic' surgery is done with a scope into a body cavity.

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    Karen should be back at home in the following day or two.

    GB problems are terrible and really painful.......

    Get well soon.
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    Thanks everybody, I am more alert today than when Paul last saw me, and hope to be able to go home today if all goes well.

    Thanks for all the prayers and well wishes, they mean a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post

    An 'arthroscopic' surgery is usually a joint/bone procedure.

    A 'laparoscopic' surgery is done with a scope into a body cavity.


    So Karen had a boney gallbladder! Boney/stoney - really pretty much the same!

    Good catch Hawk Eye. I never even noticed that little blooper. Either way, I know that Karen is just glad to be rid of it.

    Feel better soon, Karen.
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    I'm glad to hear that your surgery went well. I hope that you are feeling much better soon!

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    Glad to hear things went well and you can go home soon. I'm sure you will recover quicker in your own home.

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    Glad to hear all went well. I know too well the pain of gall stones. I have a lovely cluster of them in my gall bladder. I still haven't had mine removed cause I am on a wait list for bilio-pancreatic diversion surgery and they want to avoid me being put under twice when all can be done at one time. Take it easy and heal well. Hope you have a speedy recovery.


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    Glad she's out and everything is okay!! Feel better soon Mayor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    Thanks everybody, I am more alert today than when Paul last saw me, and hope to be able to go home today if all goes well.

    Thanks for all the prayers and well wishes, they mean a lot!
    Hoping everything goes well and that you can go home today! Take good care! (((((HUGS)))))
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    "X" <-- here are fingers crossed that you're continuing to heal quickly and home very soon. But the feel better fast part is the most important! ~~~ healing ~~~ vibes.
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