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Gallbladder Removal – Recovery



What happens to you after the gallbladder is removed? Well, most of the time, you will be able to resume your regular activities very quickly. There is really in person who has a “straightforward” gallbladder removal, what we call cholecystectomy, you’ll be able to go home the same day, you will go see your doctor the following week, and then you can basically return to your usual activity. If your usual activity, if you’re an office worker and you don’t have any discomfort, there’s absolutely no reason for you not to go to work the same day. But I always advise not to drive until there is absolutely no pain. Because you don’t want to sort of have to suddenly brake. And all of a sudden you are unable to do so because you may have a little twitch in your belly. And so driving is something that I would caution against until all the symptoms are completely resolved.

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