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Thread: Update on my son Chris's health Issues

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    Update on my son Chris's health Issues

    As some of you may recall he was in the hospital for 2 weeks, well he ended up back in the Hospital for another two weeks but is out again. They finally have determined that his problem is his Gull Bladder so next week they're gonna remove it. They finally have a solution.
    "There’s a lot of work being done today that doesn’t have any soul in it. The technique may be the utmost perfection, yet it is lifeless. It doesn’t have a soul. I hope my furniture has a soul to it." - Sam Maloof
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    Good to hear they have a diagnosis. Keep us posted.
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    Good to hear they have found something Don. I've known several friends that went through those same issues. Each say it's a world of difference after the surgery...in a good way.
    Darren

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    Not good being in that long, but glad they figured it out.

    Hope he gets fixed soon!
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    A goofed up gall bladder can make you feel absolutely miserable and really screw up your system. Since I had mine out last year I feel 100% better. I hope they can do his arthroscopicly, the recovery is much faster.
    Out thoughts are with him.
    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    Been there, done that. Not too bad a thing. A lot better than some of the things that could have been wrong.

    The arthoscopic surgery is as close to painless as possible. Thanks to BOB Gibson, I spelled it right

    Our thoughts are with him.

    Bruce
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Shiverdecker View Post
    Been there, done that. Not too bad a thing. A lot better than some of the things that could have been wrong.

    The arthoscopic surgery is as close to painless as possible. Thanks to BOB Gibson, I spelled it right

    Our thoughts are with him.

    Bruce
    I had to look up the spelling
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    I'm glad they figured it out Don.

    My wife and best friend both had theirs out a couple three years ago. It made a huge difference in how they feel. Only thing is they have to watch out for high fat foods which I guess is a good thing.

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    Good news indeed Don. Nothing worse to wear you down than having something wrong and not knowing what it is.
    cheers

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    Here is hoping the surgery goes well.

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