I'm home from gall bladder removeral. Wed morning around 3am I was in more pain than I've ever been in. I was sure there was something wrong with my band. I was throwing voilently over and over. I finally made it to the hospital (passing out in pain a couple of times). I finally got some morphine, the pain was so bad, they had to give me a 2nd dose before I could get some relief. They ran a million tests and decided it was my gall bladder and it had to be removed immediatly.
After the surgery was over the surgeon told me that I did in fact have gall bladder disease, but that was not the cause of my pain. The cause of my pain was from some scar tissure from my band surgery wrapping tightly around an artery next to where my band was placed and cutting the circulation. He said it was freak thing, and may or may not happen again. If this ever happens again, you better believe the band will be coming out. I hope to NEVER experiance that kind of pain again.
I thought the explination was a little weird, so I'm wondering if anyone else has heard of this?
(sorry if this is a little mixed up, I'm on pain meds right now :))