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    Postcholecystectomy and burping and bloating months later :-(
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    An_267881 posted:
    I had my gallbladder removed because from what I was told it wasn't working properly. Sept of 2015 I became very ill and was seeing doctors every week. I had bloating, diarrhea, extreme pain on my left side below my rib, and nausea. I lost about 25 lbs in 2 months. This year in April they did the HIDA scan test and and saw my gallbladder wasn't working properly so they I had it removed late April. A few weeks after surgery I felt amazing and was excited to go back to a normal life but June I started experiencing bloating, diarrhea, nausea, gas, and burping. I adjusted my eating and it seemed to improve until lately it has gotten worse. Everyday I deal with gas, bloating and burping after eating and sometimes drinking. Its the only thing that is driving me crazy. Not sure what to do. Has anyone experienced this and if so what do you do stop the bloating after eating?
    Thank you


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