Urgh, poor Ailz. How horrible.
I hope she's on the mend now, and am entirely confident that she's getting the best possible TLC with you on the case.
I think she's fully recovered now. We're just going to be careful about what she eats.
Ouch. Casserole shouldn't be the cause of pain.
It shouldn't, but if this was a gall bladder problem then lamb can be one of the triggers. Potatoes too. Weird, huh?
Ugh! So sorry Ailz is not feeling well! Blech. I hope she's feeling better soon.
Thanks. She's a lot better. She's just had a light lunch (more like breakfast actually) and seems to be fine.
2005-11-21 05:44 am (UTC)
agh I am sorry she had to go through this :( Sounds like a gall bladder colic to me to! Please give her my best wishes!
Thanks from both of us.
We've been researching possible causes on the Net. I'll give gall bladder colic a google.
Oh, my. I'm glad she's feeling better now.
Thanks- it was a scary couple of hours.
As soon as I read this I began sending her love and healing thoughts. I don't know her, but pass on a hug for me?
2005-11-21 06:20 am (UTC)
Re: Warning, a bit odd...
Many thanks. Ailz says thank you too. We really appreciate this.
2005-11-21 06:55 am (UTC)
Oooh dear. I'm glad to hear she's feeling better.
Thanks. There's still lingering discomfort, but she's doing OK.
Thanks. It was a scary few hours. We've had a quiet day and, hopefully, with a good night's sleep, she'll be back to normal tomorrow.
oooohhhhh, give her my best wishes...
I have done. She sends her thanks.
At the end of a long list, my best wishes for her as well and I'm unfortunately casting a vote for gall bladder too, although I do hope it was just the lamb.
I already replied to HER journal, sending her a hug and healing vibes - but there can never be too many of them.
It does sound like gall bladder. Poor Ailz. Lucky to have you (and Joe)
Joe and Sarah came up trumps- immediately dropped what they were doing and took us to the surgery.
From all I've been reading about gall bladders I think it's pretty certain. She's going to have to watch what she eats- though she does that anyway and the lamb casserole was an aberration.
She's going to have watch what she eats very carefully from now on. She already steers clear of fatty foods, but now she will have to cut them out altogether.
Whew--what a night. Good thoughts for both of you.
Oh, ouch, and I am glad she is better!
Having had gall bladder attacks and finally a stone that required surgery, I must say the pain sounds the same--I used to have building pain like that, which I haven't had since. But it can also have been something she ate.
The main thing is that she is better.
Poor Ailz. Please give her my love.
Thanks. Ailz says thanks too.
She went for a drive this morning.
She's almost back to normal