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... 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)
... 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)
... My GI doctor has brought up the possibilitiy of gall bladder surgery, and we are focsuing on that for now. ... (18 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)
... I'm hoping someone can give me an idea to what is wrong with me. I had gall bladder surgery in Dec 2001. At that time, I started having a terrible pain in my abdomen. ... (8 replies)
... About two weeks ago I had lap gall bladder surgery. ... (2 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)
To bombolina
Jan 1, 2004
... I've had digestive problems for years, and in '96 was diagnosed with GERD. Had my gall bladder removed in '97, and by '99 my GERD had worsened to Barrett's esophagus. My surgeon wanted to do the lap Nissan then, but I wasn't ready for another surgery. ... (1 replies)
Sphincter of oddi
Jan 28, 2007
... or stabbing pain on the right side and radiates to the back. ... (28 replies)
... a normal US does not necessarily mean a normal gall bladder. You have the classic GB symptoms of back pain, yellow stool, and RUQ pain. If this was once an occasional symptom that has now become daily and debilitating, welcome to my world 8 years ago. ... (4 replies)
... I was rushed to the hospital because of severe lower right stomach pain so they decided i needed to have a appendectomy, which was fine however, A week or so later the pain came back but worse and higher on my right side. ... (6 replies)
... I have been having terrible pain in the stomach, side and back for some time now. I have had GI series,upper and lower, endoscope, colonoscopy, ulrasound, CT scan with all coming back normal. ... (6 replies)
... unfortunately, you're probably just going to have to ride it out for awhile longer. After my surgery it was at least a month before I finally felt good again. ... (13 replies)
... have problems after gall bladder surgery. ... (6 replies)
... we are focusing on the gall bladder at this time. My GI doctor has brought up the possibility of gall bladder removal surgery. ... (18 replies)
... hello everyone. i'm a 24 yr old male, and i just recently had gall bladder surgery wednesday. surgery went well, but my complications seem to be worse during the healing process. ... (13 replies)
... Titchou, thanks for your reply. You are amazing! I've had 2 C sections, a complete hysterectomy and breast cancer surgery where they removed 3 lymph nodes in my armpit. I always thought I was pretty tough when it came to recovering from a surgery. I went back to work 2. ... (3 replies)
Kamden
Jun 30, 2002
... itting here waiting for the next flare up, and scared. I try to keep busy, and wonder if the docs are right if they diagnose me with this. It seems to be common after gall bladder surgery, which makes me wonder if there isn't something that has been missed. Did you also have the surgery, only to have the pain come back? ... (10 replies)
... Sorry to hear of your pains. Yes, gall bladder pain occurs under the rib cage on right side and can be stabbing, achy and last awhile or come and go. ... (6 replies)
Pain & Vomiting...
Jan 30, 2001
... After several months I was diagnosed with Reflux disease which could not be controlled by meds so then I had the 1st of 2 Nissen Fundoplications. Each surgery lasted approx. 2 years, no Vomiting...it was great. Then slowely my symptoms would return. ... (3 replies)




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