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... but I've been doing a lot of reading online, and it seems that the most common problem people experience after gall bladder removal is diarrhea, usually after eating a meal that's high in fat. ... (12 replies)
... have you also had an ultrasound of the gall bladder? ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for responding. Sorry to hear the surgery did not take care of ALL of your problems, but happy to hear you are feeling better after the gall bladder removal itself. ... (2 replies)

... It took me a little longer to recover my energy after surgery, but nonetheless, I did recover. I was having a ton of symptoms prior to surgery, such as extreme dry mouth, tingling in my fingers. ... (39 replies)
... Its been exactly 3 months to date since my gall bladder removal surgery, and umbillical repair operation.Unfortunately i still have these symptoms and do not know what i should do next. Pain in area of body where my g.b. ... (0 replies)
... fine, but at around 11 AM I suddenly felt very warm and nauseated, and I could not cool off no matter how hard I tried. I tried to go back to bed and see if the symptoms would subside. When I woke up after about an hour of sleeping, the feeling that I was overheating had gone away, but the nausea was getting worse. ... (9 replies)
Habba Syndrome
Oct 21, 2008
... of persons with gall bladder removal have the syndrome. ... (2 replies)
... I am one month out from liver resection and gall bladder removal surgery and am experiencing symptoms which seem to be worsening. ... (2 replies)
... calories. It's centered in my upper ab region. I've had this problem for a year, but I swear, it got worse after a 6 week course of Protonix. The doctors just tell me that I have non ulcer dyspepsia. They have dismissed my gb as the cause of my symptoms, but I don't know. ... (6 replies)
... shocked by any digestive issues or pains you may have for at least a year. Even my gastroenterologist, who also had the surgery long ago, said the same thing. After about a year, most of us should feel pretty good most of the time. ... (10 replies)
... years ago where they broke up the gall stones with ultrasound and then removed the gall bladder through a small opening. I am having similar symptoms to what I had before the gall bladder removal with added heartburn and the feeling of a lump in my throat. ... (4 replies)
... rch on the web you will find that not enough acid can cause burning, etc. I've saw on some other boards that people will try apple cidar vinegar to see if their symptoms disappear. That's worth a try, I mean ONCE isn't going to hurt you and if it actually works, there you go! ... (9 replies)
... may hit a nerve or something that can cause this. But, my burning episodes began 7 months after surgery so he pretty much ruled that out. They would have began sooner. And yes, my primary do said it could be gastritis too and that the protonix should help. ... (9 replies)
Mom's misery
Feb 4, 2005
... hysterectomy,gall bladder removal, and irritable bowel syndrome. ... (0 replies)
... no stones, just poor functioning. Even before the gall bladder removal and after, I continue to be nauseated every day...especially after eating....I am currently taking Prevacid which doesn't really help, and the Reglan made me so jittery I couldn't take it anymore.... ... (8 replies)
... om line is that JUST because they found stones doesn't mean that's the cause of your discomfort. If I were you, I would ask for a HIDA scan to see how well your gall bladder is performing. There are millions of people whose stones are only discovered because of tests done for other things. ... (5 replies)
... Sounds a lot like what I have been dealing with since having my gall bladder removed. I had an endoscopy done in February of this year, was dxed with "gastritis" because my stomach was very inflamed. ... (13 replies)
... Here I am again posting my problem about my gallbladder removal. I had it removed 8 months ago. After the second month I started to have episodes of nausea, belching, cramps that lead to diarrehea, soreness in stomach area. The nausea was the worst. ... (12 replies)
... years ago. I got over initial issues with removal and then clear sailing in that department. ... (2 replies)
What do I have?
Jul 31, 2007
... sludge. My doctor is convinced now that these attacks are caused by the stones getting stuck in my biliary ducts when I eat fatty foods. He suggested immediate removal of my gall bladder and sent me to a surgeon who said it would be quick and easy to remove it. ... (3 replies)

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