I had my gallbladder removed in October 2014, only a couple days later is when I was told that my eyes were yellow. I went to my follow-up appt days later and I asked the Dr to check my eyes. He said he wanted me to go have some labs done but I could go at my earliest convenience. I decided to go over to the hospital after I left his office, being that the hospital was less than a mile away. I had the labs done and was headed home when I got a phone call from a nurse telling me to turn around and come back to the hospital to be admitted. It turns out that I had Jaundice. They did a MRI and said there were OBSTRUCTION to my bile duct and I was there for 3 days. The Dr came in and told me that I was being transferred to a more MAJOR hospital for treatment. Where I live, this is the best hospital around and with the best Dr's. After multiple tests, it was determined that my bile was backing up into my system and not releasing from my liver. I was in that hospital for 5 more days. During those 5 days, I had a Bilateral Catheter bag put in on my right side which went directly into my liver. The next day, a feeding tube was put into my stomach. I had to drain my bile and re-feed it back into my body. I did this for months until I was healed enough to have major surgery. A metal clip was left inside my chest, clamping off one of my ducts. As a result of this, the great team of Dr's had to clip above and below the metal clip which had corroded to remove it. They then had to lift my small intestines up into my chest and connect that duct directly to it in order for my bile to flow through my body properly. I went through 3 months of pure hell and by the grace of God I'm here to tell my story. I still have some issues with all of this, I can feel my food in my chest, I have a irregular bowel which is the same color and same smell no matter what I eat, I have 8 visible scars on my stomach and I'm emotionally scarred. As for my situation, I know that a metal clip was not suppose to be left in me for whatever reason. I truly hope no one else has to ever go through this, it was not pretty.