On 1st March I had my gallbladder removed via keyhole..when I woke I was told 'You have a little blister from treatment' When I changed my dressings at home a few days later I was horrified..I had a huge minging blister. I went to a nurse the day after and had it popped and then covered with a iodine patch and dressing..snce then I have had to go back the nurse 2 times per week (each trip costs me £6!) and it was at on of these when I mentioned the blister and was informed by her that during surgery I had been burnt by the surgeon!! Now a month later I still have a hole in my stomach which is disgusting, infected and not getting any better. I am using silver dressings on it (which cost the NHS £10 per dressing and I have been given 20 so far!) and iodine (tho this is only to be used for 5 days and i have been using for 30!) have had course of antibiotics and I am in pain with it. I am seriously considering going to view my records of the op and then making a formal complaint over it., its going to scar but that doesnt bother me..its the fact I was not told I had been burnt and what had happened to me and I have now had a open wound for a month (and im shit scared of getting mrsa )..I want answers more than anything I suppose. I know the NHS do good things and yes I am grateful for the op in the first place but still want to take this further..would you?