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... Has anyone looked at your gallbladder? You can have gallbladder disease without having stones- and it is truly aggravated by diet. I couldn't drink milk or eat anything fatty for years and thought it was a lactose thing...turned out to be my gallbladder. After having it out, I am back to enjoying ice cream and all my favorite foods like pizza and lasagna. You should really... (7 replies)
... celiac disease due to negative blood test. i gave up dairy for a few months too which made no difference. ... (6 replies)
... the doctor there links eating disorders to other dysfunctions such as gb disease etc... ... (8 replies)

... it was normal, then the gastroenterologist, after I ask him if he is going to refer me to a surgeon, says "No surgeon should take out a gallbladder without stones." WHAT? ... (1 replies)
... Hi, This is my first time posting on this forum and I'm really just looking to see if anybody has gone through anything similar. I have been dealing with digestive issues since I was 14. I am sick almost all the time and my doctors can't seem to figure out why. The symptoms that present fairly consistently for me are as follows: Reflux Vomitting or regurgitating almost... (5 replies)
... I know because I have been chronically ill for most of my 53 yrs that went undiagnosed until I hit my late fourties...I had all the same symtoms when I too was in college as well. ... (9 replies)
... and the problem is hypercortisolima due to pituitary tumor, adrenal disease or cortisol secreting tumor in lungs or other part of the body. ... (10 replies)


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