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Digestive problems after gallbladder removal
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bf1023 posted:
Help I cant take this anymore, Ive had my gallbladder removed 15 months ago, I am constantly bloated, gassy, constipated, and sharp pains that come on out of no where, I have tried everything from probiotics to digestive enzymes, I dont know what to do anymore, my clothes dont fit, at times I look like i am 5 months pregnant, I have even changed my diet, can anyone suggest anything, thanks
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Caricool3 responded:
Omg you sound like me ! I had my gallbladder removed 4 years ago ,I have had dirhear for 4 years,finally my Nurse friend made them admit to the hospital they went in and my Bile Duct was completley closed off,However they release it ,Still Now having The same problem after 5 years !!! Gaining weight ,Looking like im expecting a Baby ,pains ,want to vomit all the time ,Don't dare to eat because I know what comes next ,The toilet for the Day ! I'm sick all the time ,I go back to the Dr Thursday ,I am demanding some Answears ,I also have a Hiatal Hernia,Scarring of my stomach,The linning of my wall in my stomach is 2 inches Thick ,Im sick in tired of being SICK !!! I feel your Pain !!!


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