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... I really appreciate the responses. My first time having major surgery. I guess I'm more worried about all the pain i'm having. In my back, in my side. I've already did alot of walking. I guess it could be possible some gas is still trapped. I'm not sure. My GI dr is doing an EGD the first wk of October to check for gastritis. That's all I need! (7 replies)
... Everything you wrote seems the usual case for gall bladder issues and surgery, normal. Give yourself a few months. Don't eat fatty foods for awhile. Avoid fried and greasy foods for a few weeks. ... (7 replies)
... I have not know a lot about gall bladder surgery but it is the common condition that affects mainly women, but although men that are also suffer too. ... (3 replies)

... that should solve the problems if any questions remain after colonoscopy. Like I said earlier, it sure sounds like your gall bladder could be the culprit! ... (6 replies)
... 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)
... gall bladder people. I had mine out over 4 months ago and still get diarrhea sometimes. However, I had this before too so I may have IBS. You asked what the BRAT diet it. ... (10 replies)
... Don't be 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)
... About two weeks ago I had lap gall bladder surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I'm a new member and am repeating this post here as this thread pertains to gall bladder surgery. If it isn't the appropriate venue I apologize, as I'm still getting a handle on posting protocol. OK, here goes... ... (7 replies)
... I have read that bile reflux can worsen after gall bladder surgery, but that doesn't mean it will happen to you. It is not the same as acid reflux. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I had my gall bladder removed back in 09' due to pancreatitis but was in ICU for bout 1 wk then scheduled for surgery... ... (3 replies)
... I have been going through a terrible time for a month. Before my surgery I was vomiting and in a lot of pain. I went to the ER 4 times and they did nothing, but pump me up with nausea meds and pain meds and send me home. ... (2 replies)
... t work, maybe you need to talk to your doctor about bile salt sequestrants like cholestyramine, which has successfully been used for bile salt diarrhea following gall bladder surgery. Your description of diarrhea sounds like bile is being dumped into the small intestine, and it can't handle it. ... (4 replies)
... Everyone is different when you recover from gall bladder surgery. It has been two years now since I had mine done and still have gas and bloating. ... (1 replies)
Sphincter of oddi
Jan 28, 2007
... Biliary specialist here in LA for an ERCP procedure to check the bile ducts for obstruction. Not feeling any better after gall bladder surgery, very discouraging and like everyone else with this problem I am very scared. It's overwhelming because it completely takes over your life. ... (28 replies)
... as far as my understanding goes of gastroparesis... some people actually come down with it AFTER gall bladder surgery..... ... (4 replies)
... I have had the same problem with pain after gall bladder removal. I have undergone 2 ERCP's to drain the sludge out of my bile ducts. I was getting the same gall bladder pain after it was taken out so my doctor performed an ERCP. ... (6 replies)
... My GI doctor has brought up the possibilitiy of gall bladder surgery, and we are focsuing on that for now. ... (18 replies)
To Katie G
Aug 2, 2002
... Hi, Ray. Be very sure you want to have the surgery or truly need it. I was diagnosed with Barrett's esophagus in 1999, but put surgery off until 2001 just because I wasn't sure I wanted to deal with some of the changes that occur. ... (4 replies)
... I agree, stay away from anything spicy, greasy or fried. Before I had my gall bladder out salty foods and chocolates bothered me and it took a while to tolerate those again. ... (3 replies)

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