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Comment from: kenny/t, 65-74 Male Published: October 09

I had open stomach operation for removal of gallbladder in 2011. The reason for open stomach operation was because I had adhesions from previous surgeries. Afterward, I was sent back to the ward. My blood pressure was dangerously low at 60/30. I was rushed back to theatre and opened up found to have internal bleeding. Packing was put in to stop bleeding, and I was sent back to ICU. The next day, I went back to theatre and opened up again to take packing out. I was opened up three times in two days and spent 10 days in hospital.

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