I am a 60 year old female, who weighs 78 kg. I have multiple stones in the gallbladder. And my vomits are greenish or yellowish in color. Once, I threw up brownish vomit, which my doctor said is blood, due to repeated vomiting. The gastric pipe gets torn and abraded a little, and the stomach is acidic, so the vomit was brownish. I am diabetic from the past ten years. I was also diagnosed with high blood pressure, and I am on a mild medication. My surgeon wanted a cardiac assessment as standard operating procedures. He wanted DCE, an alternative test for stress treadmill test, due to high BP of 168/93 mmHg. I did a normal echocardiogram, which was as per him fine. So, he did not perform the stress test and told to go for the surgery, as the TLC count increased from 13500 to 19000 today. Today my BP is 138/80 mmHg. I have no cardiac history. Should I let them operate for gallbladder stones? I have doubts regarding my cardiac assessment.
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The short answer, in my opinion, is yes, let them operate for gallbladder stones. Here is why.
I hope that helps. In case you need more information or second opinion after visiting your doctor or need help regarding what to do or which option to choose, kindly follow-up.
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