No, not me, Demaree. She started having symptoms about 3 months after having Mackinzie and gradually, her pain got worse. At one of her late night emergency room visits, she was told by the doctor that she had gallstones! WHAT? She’s so young! I really thought only older people get gallstones. But women of ages 20-40 get them, and a poor diet is a factor as well.
She had her surgery yesterday and all seemed to be fine. Last night her pain medication (vicodin) wasn’t working and she was doubled up in really bad pain, she said worse then labor pain, in her stomach and back and she was throwing up. So about midnight, she couldn’t take it any longer, so they took the baby to Nathan’s parents and went to the emergency room at the hospital that the surgery was done. After a few pleads to take her in, they decided to call our local hospital to see if they would take her in right away, they said they would, so they left that hospital and came to our local one. They hooked her up to an IV and gave her morphine. So after about 5:30 they were able to get home. Thank goodness! They prescribed her a different medication, something stronger than Vicodin, have no idea what it is. So hopefully she won’t be in anymore pain.