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gangrene gall bladder removal

Does the inability to use your legs and or walk occur immediatley following the removal of a gangrene gall baldder? The surgeon seems to think the surgery, while complicated, overall went well. The patinent is also 79 years old and has been active until now.
  gemruby on 2009-04-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The patient may be given bach flower remedy 'rescue' in the manner given at the end of the following thread.
kadwa last decade

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