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Old 09-19-2019, 02:10   #11
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At this point, I'm trying to juggle fat, protein and carb intake. ... Spending so much time thinking about food and eating kills my appetite. Good luck.
Same here! I know that problem well.

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Just butting in to day that if the gallbladder can be removed laparoscopically, it is a very easy surgery, with very little down time. My body handles fat just fine.

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Actually appreciate your "butting in." Should I need to have the gallbladder removed it's good to know that there is an easy surgery. I don't want to jinx myself, but so far I've had no problems. If the stones hadn't been discovered by MRI, I wouldn't have known that I had them. Thanks for the input.

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Old 09-20-2019, 03:44   #14
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My gall bladder was removed laparoscopically, too. Three little incisions and done. No issues since then, either. So if it does get to surgery, though everyone is different, a common method of removal is not very complicated.

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Now with less sugar!

A1c 09-15-2020: 5.6; no meds. Thank you LCHF!
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