A 31-year-old female asked:
I am 32 years old, have had gallbladder removed, and have had pancreatitis. for about 3 weeks several times a week i have bad abdominal pain, bloating, some nausea, and green stool. what could this be? it happens when i eat and when i haven't eaten anythi
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General Surgery 30 years experience
Possibly normal.: i recommend to see the surgeon who operated on you. Green stools can be normal as is constipation and loose stools in first 5-6 weeks postoperatively. Occasional abdominal pain and bloating can also be normal but need to be evaluated by your surgeon.
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