For the past 5 years doctors have mistaken my gallstone for heartburn. I've tried and paid for all types of medication and nothing did the trick. I always thought it was funny that when I laid down it felt better. Finally a nurse figured it out. Got an ultra sound(wasn't to found of my experiences with those machine but it was ok this time). I joked with her to give me a real ultra sound but she couldn't. A week later we found out we were pregnant but miscarried while boarding the cruise:(. I cried but this misscargie was as hard as the first. On a positive note the baby would have been born on jan 1st which i woulnt was a baby born then and I got to get rid of this pain in my abdomin. As soon as it was ok to go with the surgery I got really scared but Danica said it was so worth it and she would do it all over again. I was worried about the horror stories I'd hear about diearreha but Dan made me get over that. So I went with surgery. It wasn't bad at all, I just couldn't leave until I pee'd enough which never happened so I had to get a catheter, which sucked.recovery also took a little longer tan I expected but the time off was nice.
Best part was the doctor took my request of letting me see the stones. I got a picture as my parting gift:)