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Life Without Gallstones

Over half a million people in US have gallbladder removed every year and so far, this is the only way for us. Apparently , this procedure is only 60% accurate. I mean 6 out of 10 patients will have the desired results.

One of the side effects of gallbladder removal can be the dumping of bile which is now not as easily regulated and can send someone running to the bathroom immediately after eating. Not to mention abdominal pain, nausea, gas, bloating, and diarrhea are common following after that.

Now see this, there is a surgery that would only include removing the gallstone from the gallbladder. Thus, after this surgery, everything is cured including zero pain and other of those symptoms.

Well, my goodness, that is very exciting news! May I forward you my social security number and mother’s maiden name so I can take rapid advantage of this opportunity?

I love this fucking house.

Life without gallstones…

Isn’t worth living?

Is like porn without the money shot?

Is a like a box of chocolates?

[quote]imhungry wrote:
I love this fucking house.

http://www.homes.com/listing/178920850/3201_Ashy_Way_DREXEL_HILL_PA_19026[/quote]

A little small. Like a gallstone

Gallstones aren’t a disease. They’re a scam by major medical companies. You just need to think happy thoughts and they go away.

[quote]doogie wrote:
Gallstones aren’t a disease. They’re a scam by major medical companies. You just need to think happy thoughts and they go away. [/quote]
I am sure there is a book I can read that will accomplish this

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]doogie wrote:
Gallstones aren’t a disease. They’re a scam by major medical companies. You just need to think happy thoughts and they go away. [/quote]
I am sure there is a book I can read that will accomplish this [/quote]

What are these books you speak of?

Are they magic? Can you eat them?

[quote]SkyzykS wrote:

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]doogie wrote:
Gallstones aren’t a disease. They’re a scam by major medical companies. You just need to think happy thoughts and they go away. [/quote]
I am sure there is a book I can read that will accomplish this [/quote]

What are these books you speak of?

Are they magic? Can you eat them?

[/quote]
Maybe

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]doogie wrote:
Gallstones aren’t a disease. They’re a scam by major medical companies. You just need to think happy thoughts and they go away. [/quote]
I am sure there is a book I can read that will accomplish this [/quote]

I read that book and not only did it not cure my gallstones, it fucking gave me gout! Now I have to pay for BOTH surgeries!

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[quote]Chushin wrote:

[quote]EmilyQ wrote:

[quote]Derek542 wrote:

[quote]doogie wrote:
Gallstones aren’t a disease. They’re a scam by major medical companies. You just need to think happy thoughts and they go away. [/quote]
I am sure there is a book I can read that will accomplish this [/quote]

I read that book and not only did it not cure my gallstones, it fucking gave me gout! Now I have to pay for BOTH surgeries![/quote]

Don’t get the gout surgery!

I did, and now I have terrible sexual side effects.[/quote]

I think you can take antidepressants for those.

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You guys are really funny

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[quote]EmilyQ wrote:
Well, my goodness, that is very exciting news! May I forward you my social security number and mother’s maiden name so I can take rapid advantage of this opportunity?[/quote]
I developed gall bladder issues five years ago. I suffered a year and finally got it out and never regretted it. I had zero issues since .

[quote]EmilyQ wrote:
I think you can take antidepressants for those.[/quote]

A gallstone-free life is the only antidepressant you will ever need!

[quote]tom63 wrote:

[quote]EmilyQ wrote:
Well, my goodness, that is very exciting news! May I forward you my social security number and mother’s maiden name so I can take rapid advantage of this opportunity?[/quote]
I developed gall bladder issues five years ago. I suffered a year and finally got it out and never regretted it. I had zero issues since .[/quote]
Tom where the fuck you been my friend?

How is your kids?

Been around . Daughter has a 3.67 at psu this past semester . Son got a 3.91 . She’s business . He’s bioengineering . He’s in the honors program at Lehigh . She’s swimming at psu Altoona . He’s rowing.
Been okay. Sort of busy with the college thing and psu stuff . I’m still lifting btw.