My husband had the procedure yesterday, was in there two hours! When he came out I cried when I saw him, he was so pale, he was vomiting and in excrutiating pain. But they did listen and did help. The dr. removed two stones from the pancreatic ducts but couldn't get a third one. He said the only way my husband will get better is to have surgery to remove the tail of his pancreas. The hospital kept him overnight but the surgeon said he will have to wait until he is stronger to have that surgery. As far as I know they are doing some tests today and he may be released later today.Thank you all
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