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My mother had undergone a laparoscopic surgery...but there is bile leakage since 3 days...with continuous vomittings and fever... also she is in extreme pain. What is the reason???
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Bile is coming from drain or operation site? There will be little drain after surgery. Since she is having vomiting and fever, better consult to operating surgeon
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Contact ur surgeon immediately
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Hi few questions first When was the lap surgery? For what?(gb calculi) Is she diabetic? Is she in hospital or home.
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Hello I need some history She underwent laproscopic surgery for which pathology? How many days since laproscopic surgery? Is bowel and bladder function normal? Age of patient? Consult online Thank you
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Pls provide the complete surgical details.
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Please go back to surgeon operated upon. Don’t delay and need be hospitalise
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