Every person is unique. We are different internally, just as our physical appearances are different externally.

The surgeon explained about the Cystic duct, which goes from your gall bladder to the intestine, he said mine was so short it was as if I didn’t have one at all.

Normally, they put a camera in the Cystic duct and check for stones in the small intestine and pancreas. That was not an option for me. They were unable to secure the area with a “LigaSure” and used 5 “hemoclips” to close off the opening.

When food reaches that slightly smaller area, it can be painful. It is taking my system longer to adjust to my new internal anatomy. I cannot rush my recovery. (Bring on the prune juice!)

I just have to accept it.

Ecclesiastes 6:13, “Accept the way God does things, for who can straighten what he has made crooked.” New Living Translation

Dear Father God,

I know I am fearfully and wonderfully made by You. Give me patience as I wait for You to knit those areas back together.

In Jesus Name,


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