Originally Posted by mews2much
It is suppose to be lapo but I have other problems also and am sccared it will be the other way.
I have influx disease and asthma also.
As far as I know, asthma won't affect what type of surgery you'll get, neither will reflux (GERD if that's what you mean).
I hope that lessens after the gallbladder is out. Even though I still have digestive issues that was one thing that pretty much completely went away.
I have other health issues, too, the dysautonomia which can affect several parts of the body but takes a main toll on my blood pressure and heart rate (I don't respond to things normally) - aside from my big blood pressure drop in surgery, it went fine. I still had a normal laproscopic surgery.
I had nausea and vomiting, too, but that was not from the anesthesia. It was the stupid percocets they gave me.
It's too bad tomato soup doesn't settle well for you. There's been times where that was the only thing I could eat without intense pain.
For others reading, the reason it's a good choice is because it has no fat at all.