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Old 07-11-2007, 02:37 PM   #1
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the strangest things

I narrowly excaped gall bladder surgery..due to my tummy swelling..doc couldnt find nothing wrong but was gonna get er out anyways..anyway while looking they found (the doc's) something else to cut on me for and left the gall bladder in tack.

I never did find out what was causing my tummy to swell..it does it when I eat..gets huge! and very uncomfortable. last night I boiled some new potatoes my husband was working late and it was after 7 oclock and I was starving so I took a few out (3) and sprinkled with salt not much and no butter. within seconds of finishing them off my tummy got huge.

So my question is does this happen to anyone else when they eat potatoes? since I know now that is what is causing the swelling. after about an hour or two it goes down.

 
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