Hi, I posted a question on advice but maybe I should have come here. I have just been diagnosed with multiple small gallstones and today I received a date to see a surgeon and now the fear is kicking in. In 1995 I underwent heart surgery which saved my life and I spent some time on life support and had numerous surgical procedours including full open chest surgery, drains in and out , trachy, etc so you would think G.B.surgery would be a walk in the park but I have never been so worried in my life. I have got a terrible fear of doctors and hospitals and the thought of surgery, well! Anybody got any ideas or advice on what I can do?
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