A 31-year-old female asked:
Two years ago galbladder removed. last three days upper quadrant right side pain (like galbladder pain). yellow mucus stool. constant heartburn. nausea.
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Specializes in Gastroenterology
Post cholecyst. synd: The most common postcholecystectomy issue is bile acid diarrhea. Because bile is being dumped and no longer processed.
Microscopic gallstones and biliary sludge , Sphincter of ODI dysfunction part. in woman, also, but both condition needs ERCP for Dx.
Post Cholecystecomy, does not increase GERD symptoms.
I feel you should get GI w/u for definitive DX.
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Last updated Jan 9, 2019
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