Re: Gallbladder and Ovarian cyst, please help!
What is your calorie intake on the weightwatcher's diet ? Have you mentioned to your surgeon that you are on this diet ? You should not be on a weight loss diet after surgery but more of a healthy maintenance type diet as your body will need energy in order to recover. What types of foods are you trying to eat ? Do you have any GI issues in addition to the nausea .. like constipation or diarrhea and are your bowel movements normal (ie. as regular as they were before all of this started) ?
If you are eating properly (light smaller meals spread out throughout the day) and you are still experiencing problems, then I think you need to insist that your doctor take you seriously. In three weeks you should at least be getting better and not worse. Forget about loosing weight for the time being and simply eat a healthy diet. Don't worry about fat in general, worry about the type of fat that you are eating. Omega 3 fat is an anti-inflammatory which will help with the healing process and you can find this in fatty fish like salmon and nuts like walnuts. Try to reduce your glycemic load by eating less carbohydrates (less not none at all) and more protein (pork, chicken, fish, legumes such as lentils and beans etc..) plus veggies (lightly cook them so that you can digest them more easily). This will reduce the stress on your body while it is recovering. Reduce any stress that you are going through (including the worrying) by delegating tasks and by taking your mind off of the situation once in a while with a good book, a nice hot bath or a DVD. If after all of this you STILL are having problems, you need to see either your doctor or if he won't listen, see another one.
You may either be suffering with the same problem as before (ie. perhaps the cyst and the gall bladder were not causing your symptoms .. unlikely but possible) or perhaps the symptoms have something to do with the surgery you just had. Keep in mind that you could also simply be taking a long time to recover from this. Either way, your doctor should be taking you seriously and at least run a few tests to ensure that all is well.
That's my two cents worth. I sincerely hope that you are feeling better very soon. Hang in there and all the best.