Posted 1/8/2021 13:51 (#8734028 - in reply to #8733981) Subject: attacks
Wife had a few gall bladder attacks before having it removed. One night in a hospital in Bonaire.
Hers most of the time not that bad. Knowing what we know now she might have decided to not take it out as the doctor said hers was not that terrible bad, but that it would only get worse. Being a farmer, electing to do something off season and getting it over with rather than having it get really bad was appealing
She would view it differently now.
Now we think, based on our other health improvements maybe diet change would have eventually improved it.
But I have no doubt that once past a certain point removal is the only real option. Caught early enough, diet change might help. Waiting too long though could be dangerous.