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This is AMAZING
i had to have my gall bladder removed because it maked too many stones and got infected and now i just feel sad
mine maked just one, but it was about the size of a golf ball. 😛
me too haha
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Your body can most likely heal your gall bladder without surgery in about 6 weeks. Please listen to the June 5, 2013 recording of Dr. Glidden’s call-in radio show. and on his website you can type “gall” in the serach box and find more shows where people called in with gall bladder problems. You can use nuritional support to help your body heal itself! I just said a prayer for you too. If you would like to try any of the products recommended I can get them for you – 914-294-4YOU / firstname.lastname@example.org or my website http://betteannsturrup.my90forlife.com/ (join as a preferred customer for free to get 30% discount).
Your body can most likely heal your gall bladder without surgery in about 6 weeks. Please listen to the June 5, 2013 recording (fast forward to 59 minutes in) of Dr. Glidden’s call-in radio show on his website
Having had my gallbladder taken out the morning of the 11th, this is perfect! And I have had kidney stones too. These comics were a well needed relief as part of my recovery. Thanks!
As a medical student, this is PERFECT. Thank you!
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Funniest thing I’ve seen recently! That poor gall bladder… Gotta take it out, though!
I just shared this with my pregnant sister in law who gets her infected gallbladder out the same day her baby comes later this month.
My gallbladder’s last day was 5 days ago. My cousin sent me this comic and OH NO! I felt sorry for the gallbladder! Going to share this with my surgeon at the post-op tomorrow.
I don’t know whether to bust out laughing or feel so bad for the little gall bladder so I did a little bit of both! Aww, haha. One of my favorite comics
My gall bladder tried to kill me, put me in multiple organ failure and two weeks in hospital! No sympathy for that fucker!
Thank you, sir. I was in a lot of pain from having my gallbladder removed Friday and I was regretting it. Not anymore.
Sir you will most likely never see this, but your name is magnificent. Truly stupendous!
You might want to check out Inna Segal’s book “The Secret Language of the Body”. Some of the emotional connections to gallstones is: Grief that has hardened. Feeling resentment, irritability, depression. Disappointment about your achievement in the world. Either holding back or exploding with anger. Feeling wounded and trying to find someone to blame for your pain or suffering. Difficulty forgiving. Don’t be hating on your gall bladder; it was just doing its job and trying to tell you something. Our body sends us messages all the time….we just have to listen
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Had my gallbladder removed 2 days ago because it was inflamed and making stones and this made me laugh so hard. Thank you.. but damn does it hurt to laugh still.
More FM (a NZ radio station) has stolen these, removed your author’s attribution, and replaced it with their logo, and posted a bunch of your comics on their FB page. I posted a comment on their page, but thought you should know as well. I can’t report them to facebook as I can only report violations of my own intellectual property rights.
imma print this out, my surgeon hasn’t see this!
Why am I so emotionally invested in the story of the poor gall bladder ?!?!?!
Because the poor little gall bladder is too much like us.
My gall bladder was stoned from the latter part of the 60s through the mid-80s.
Please make more gallbladder comics! Poor organ, so misunderstood ):
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