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I have to get my gizzard taken out

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Miss Shelby, Aug 30, 2007.

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  1. Miss Shelby

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    Should I ask the doctor to put it in a jar for me so I can take it home?
     
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  2. MikeK

    MikeK Traditionalist Catholic

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    Are you a bird, a fish or a crocodile?
     
  3. hsilgne

    hsilgne Frustrated in Hooterville.

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    gizzard?

    :sick:
     
  4. MikeK

    MikeK Traditionalist Catholic

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    I would get a 2nd oppinion if I were you...
     
  5. Miss Shelby

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    humans have gizzards. They're called gall bladders. And you can eat them with Thanksgiving dinner.
     
  6. Da_Funkey_Gibbon

    Da_Funkey_Gibbon I'm just like the others...

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    They wanna take away your gall? But that's what makes you so cool. :(
     
  7. Miss Shelby

    Miss Shelby Legend

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    I KNOW. That's what I said. But looking at the bright side, maybe it will make me nicer.
     
  8. MikeK

    MikeK Traditionalist Catholic

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    I thought gizzards were full of little stones and such thast ground up food and gallbladders made bile?

    While your doctors are in that neighborhood, ask them to take out a bit of liver too. You old buddy Mike would like the comfort of knowing he has a backup liver out ther somewhere.

    Prayers sent for a procedure without incident and a speedy recovery.

    And no, they're not going to let you keep it. Jerks.
     
  9. hsilgne

    hsilgne Frustrated in Hooterville.

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    Ahh… GALLBLADDER. I’ve never heard it called a “gizzard” before.

    My wife just had her gall bladder out at the end of July. It went really well. They can do it with laprascopy now. So they made 4 small incisions in her abdomen and “sliced the organ up and sucked it out”. That’s actually how the Dr explained it to us b4 the surgery.

    She was in and out of the hospital the same day and she has recovered very quickly. As a matter of fact we went to an amusement park with the kids less than a week later. We walked around that park and rode on rides and she wasn’t bothered too much. Her incisions were tender but that’s about it.

    Now she can eat normal again and she is very happy about that.

    I will pray for you Michelle.
     
  10. ZuZu

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    I had mine out about 5 or 6 years ago...it's so much easier than it used to be since they do it laproscopically. I feel so much better now and would do it again in an instant! Unfortunately I don't think the doctor will let you take it home in a jar.... I'll keep you in my prayers Michelle! :)
     
  11. Apollo Celestio

    Apollo Celestio Deal with it.

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    I hope it goes well, and whatever problem it's causing ends..(Of course it will end if you remove it..) Err, back to generic well-wishing comments.
     
  12. Smilin

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    Wow...

    I'm hoping it all goes well for you girlie, girl...

    I hope you're not planning on having it for Thanksgiving either....

    There goes my plans of mooching off of you for Turkey...errrrr Gizzard day...LOL:kiss: :kiss: :hug:
     
  13. GraceInHim

    GraceInHim † Need a lifeguard? Mine walks on water †

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    hope for a speedy recovery :)
     
  14. geocajun

    geocajun Priest of the holy smackrament

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    [​IMG]


    Sorry to hear that, Michelle. I hope every goes well!
     
  15. Veritas

    Veritas 1 Lord, 1 Faith, 1 Baptism

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    Hmmmm:scratch: .....then I'm all for it!:p











    ;)
     
  16. geocajun

    geocajun Priest of the holy smackrament

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    You should try it too!
     
  17. plainswolf

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    :hug:






    :crossrc:
     
  18. Aaron-Aggie

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    we back on that eating people in anatartic agian?
     
  19. Carrye

    Carrye Weisenheimer

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    Mine's long gone and has been for many years ... more than half of my lifetime, actually. Losing my gallbladder has made me smarter. I mean, I know things now that I didn't know at 12. Direct correlation? I think so.
     
  20. RoseofLima

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    It would make a nice addition to my collection of placentas in my freezer.
     
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