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    Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    ....as i'm having to go for a chest xray today, it's having to wait for the results that causes me to get so anxious

    I have taken a 'Happy Pill' so i can't wait for that to kick in!

    I will no doubt feel the same tomorrow as i have to have a scan on my gallbadder!

    I don't like to wish time away but....roll on next week for the results unless of course i hear sooner and then i will deffo freak out!!

    Trish x

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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Nothing worse than the waiting (except for the hearing early... which you won't).

    Good luck with it all. Thinking of you....
    x

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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Thank you Bex

    Trish x

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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Just sending you a hug. xx

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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Thank you Cheeky

    Well i've had the xray and now the waiting and worrying begins

    My poor old tum is in knots and doing somersaults at the same time



    Trish x

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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Hi Trish, At least you're getting through all appointments AND surviving! Well done hun xxxx



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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Hi Trish, I just want to say that if they suspect gall bladder trouble and the worst case scenario is removing it...I had mine out 3 years ago and it's done by laparoscopy. You're asleep and the worst part was getting in and out of bed the first week, the soreness but nothing I even needed painkillers for. Is that your biggest fear, surgery? Please feel free to talk to me about this. So many of my friends have had this done and it's real simple these days. I hope you don't need surgery but while you're waiting for results, please believe that if surgery is your worst fear, it needn't be..not with this kind.

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    Re: Feeling Jittery This Morning...

    Thank you Lauren for your post

    I have just had my scan and yes my gallstones are still there I did think that just maybe i may have passed them and my gallbaldder would have been empty....but alas that's not the case.

    I'm not worried about the surgery it's the anestheticthat frightens me, not being in control and being in 'someone elses hands' scares me

    So it's now a case of waiting for them to send me an appt.

    How long did it take you to recover Lauren?


    Trish x

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