A 31-year-old female asked:
Gallbladder removed 3 months ago d/t bad attack that led to er. having bloating/gas a lot in evenings and nausea in am. occ cramping labs all normal.
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Surgery 41 years experience
May be: Still recovering from the emergency surgery & adjusting to internal changes. Be careful with what your eat. Avoid large meals. Avoid fried fatty greasy foods (cheese, ice cream, butter, etc). Dink more liquids, eat more fruits and vegetables. See your surgeon if the symptoms persist for possible ultrasound evaluation or bile duct evaluation.
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