Day 190: It Seems As Though Yesterday Didn’t Happen

I didn’t feel too well on Sunday night and then I woke up feeling terrible yesterday so I stayed home. My gallbladder was on a rampage so there was both pain and an upset stomach. And I just felt awful. I didn’t eat anything and I slept all day long. I did drink a Pepsi and took Pepcid though. I didn’t do a blog post because I just wasn’t up to it. I went to bed early and slept through the night. I feel better today and even made it to work. I’m eating bland right now though until my gallbladder is happier. I’ve had issues with it since I was a teenager and have had flare ups off and on since then. But it’s been pretty calm for quite awhile…that is until I started using Victoza for my diabetes. It has been wreaking havoc on my gallbladder since I began injecting it. I’ve finally decided that I don’t want to deal with it any longer. I don’t want my gallbladder to cause problems with my pancreas or liver. So, I’m done. I’m going to talk to my PCP about whether I should have my gallbladder removed or not. I worry about developing gallstones and then having to have it removed the old fashioned way which is major surgery rather than the easy way that they do it now. Enough of that. I’m going to go to bed early again tonight. I’ll be back tomorrow.

About Donna Heilman

I am a writer that lives in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex with my husband, 3 dogs, and 6 cats. I am currently working on my novel, Rapture, as well as writing poetry and some short non-fiction. I am honestly writing this blog to feel more connected with other creative people.
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1 Response to Day 190: It Seems As Though Yesterday Didn’t Happen

  1. Take care of yourself Donna.

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