How long should you wait before drinking alcohol after gallbladder surgery?
AnswerYou should wait for 3 - 4 days or until your dentist checks you again (whichever comes first.) Having any tooth pulled (wisdom teeth are difficult at best) tears the gum… Continue reading
Mixing alcohol with opiates can make you sick and can even be fatal, so wait at least 4-6 hrs before drinking to be on the safe side.
I would say 3-7 days depending on what it is. If its wine 3 or 4 should be fine but if its like hard liquor, 5 to 7 days just to be safe. If you do it same day it might rip or… Continue reading
If you have gallstones that are causing pain, your doctor is likely to suggest a cholecystectomy surgery, which is the complete removal of the gallbladder. In some instances, … Continue reading
Nearly 20 percent of people afflicted with acute gallbladder disease need emergency gallbladder surgery. Removing your gallbladder eliminates pain and removes stones and infec… Continue reading
Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that is often done as an alternative to open surgery. It involves the use of a laparoscope, a thin instrumen… Continue reading
It all Depends on what kind of alcohol you drink and what kind of antibiotics you take.If your liver is generally healthy, you can begin drinking alcohol right after you stop.… Continue reading
As soon as you can. Gall bladder infections, or gall stones are not a laughing matter - both can make you feel quite ill. Gall stones can be effectively controlled via a low f… Continue reading