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  #11  
Unread 08-01-2004, 10:25 AM
Pathology Report-Chronic Inflammation of the Gallbladder Wall-No Stones

I just thought of 3 more symptoms that I had that are gone now because my gallbladder is out. I have very bad allergies and have to get injections once a month. I am allergic to just about every weed, tree, grass, dust, mold, along with foods. I was getting allergy headaches all of the time during the middle of the night because my sinuses were not draining and had to go to bed at 10:00 p.m. and get up at 6:00 a.m. to avoid them, I had allergy shiners-dark circles under my eyes, and I was getting leg cramps every night while I slept and I think it was a malabsorbtion thing. I NOW CAN SLEEP FROM 8:00 P.M. TO 8:00 A.M. WITHOUT GETTING A HEADACHE, MY ALLERGY SHINERS ARE GOING AWAY, AND THUS FAR HAVE NOT HAD A CRAMP IN MY LEG SINCE THE NIGHT BEFORE MY GALLBLADDER SURGERY.

Hope this info helps!
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Unread 08-01-2004, 11:36 PM
Monti and Lucille

Lucille, thanks, and yes, my doc added
a small amount of DHEA with the other hormones...Just seem to feel better taking it...glad it helps you! From what you said, i'll start taking more. tho i think the skin damage may not repair. Thanks!!! Like you, have
more vision problems dry eyes, and distance acuity isn't as good-- also have intersticial
edema in my thighs--not for lack of exercise--been a speed walker for 30 years---wt is only 97---hate it....acupuncture helped some.

Monti, good grief, you really did suffer.
Who would think there was a connection between allergies and a malfunctioning gall bladder....Aint sleep grand???
and your finally getting some! cool.
best to all,
Leigh
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Unread 08-02-2004, 07:58 PM
Pathology Report-Chronic Inflammation of the Gallbladder Wall-No Stones

Leigh,

I don't think it will repair the skin either, but I am hoping to slow the damage which I "think" (desperately hope) is happening. Before my hyst, people used to always comment on my beautiful skin. Haven't heard a peep along those lines in the years since the hyst. I look in the mirror and think, "who the heck is THAT?!"

One year after my surgery, I remember talking to a nurse who was planning on having a hysterectomy herself, (for fibroids). Everything I told her fell on deaf ears and she especially pooh, poohed the skin connection. This was a very vibrant woman who had beautiful, beautiful skin. I few months ago I saw her for the first time since her own hyst a year and a half ago and I was SHOCKED, even though I knew what to expect. Her hair was visibly thinned, dry and brittle and her gorgeous skin was all dry, crepy and wrinkled. (Just like mine.) She also now sports a "spare tire" around the middle and was complaining of being "so tired" all the time. I walked away feeling sick inside because I had tried so hard to warn her but she worked with a doctor who had told her what I was saying was not true.

And so it goes.

Anyway, I have definitely FELT better since the progesterone and DHEA were added to my regimen. Those hormones are AMAZING, aren't they?! Just wish I didn't have to BUY ones that aren't as good as my ovaries used to make for FREE!

Live and learn.
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Unread 08-03-2004, 12:50 AM
Pathology Report-Chronic Inflammation of the Gallbladder Wall-No Stones

Lucille, replied earlier, but seems it vanished.
Anyway, I'll bet you look better than you think. You were blessed
to have beautiful skin, and so many cures for wrinkles/crinkles
are available---if you've the bucks. I don't!!
.Being in Ca, you probably have a handle on what's available--- A doc in our town does exoderm (non surgical facelift)--man, what a wonder--can't afford it, but have seen before and after--like magic.
Yes, the hormones are a life saver--literally. Was just miserable
before taking them. Sleep was an elusive beast
It's too bad the nurse didn't listen to you. Sounds like you gave it
a good shot, but she believed the Doc (??!!some Doc)
Have several friends with hysts, and the major post op complaints were
weight/belly and wrinkles. What a trade off. Only one looks the
same-still beautiful, no lines and she's 46!
You're not alone--with the mirror either--can't get used to the
stranger looking back at me! Let you know if this new stuff i'm
trying helps - Elizabeth Grant products.
Leigh
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