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Foods To Eat For Gallbladder Problems
I can't eat food with a lot of seasonings, or really greasy food, or drink soda without feeling really sick. If I drink water and eat bland foods I feel fine though. People keep telling me its my gallbladder causing problems, is that right?
Belly pain: You can have "gallbladder pain" from typically eating lots of greasy foods. Mainly food with high fat content. The soda or seasoning maybe signs of gerd/gastritis/ulcer although there maybe overlap. You may need lab testing and diagnostic testing. Try avoiding food triggers if able. ...Read more
The gallbladder is a sac-like structure located under the right lobe of the liver. It is attached to the common bile duct via the cystic duct. The gallbladder can store bile when the bile is not needed, and can squeeze bile into the bile duct and intestine for digestion when a person eats larger ...Read more
Traditional, non fatty, not spicy
but you know what has excited symptoms so avoid those and the similar. ...Read more
Gallbladder: Avoid fatty foods.Get a more detailed answer ›
If I understamd: Your question, I assume that you have had surgery to remove your gallbladder. Most people can eat all normal foods after gallbladder removal surgery. Some people may find discomfort, cramping, or diarrhea if they eat too much fatty foods. You can try all foods and see if anything bothers you. ...Read more
Fatty foods: Fatty foods such as pizza, hamburgers, fried chicken, french fries. All these will set off a gallbladder attack. ...Read more
Curious how your body works without the gallbladder and if you can still eat all the foods you like?
Still Works: The body works without a gallbladder. The gallbladder stores bile which helps us digest fatty foods. Without the gallbladder reservoir, we cannot release as much bile after a meal, so sometimes fatty meals are harder to digest. This tends to improve with time and a low fat diet can help, especially right after surgery if fatty meals are a problem. ...Read more
Avoid Fat food.:
You can eat almost anything you desire, but you must
1). Avoid fatty and greasy food.
2). Avoid diets high in cholesterol.
3). Keep yourself well hydrated.
Maintain normal weight.
When you begin to have symptoms, please talk to your pcp for surgical evaluation to remove the gallbladder. ...Read more
I wonder what will be the long term effects of having no gallbladder? Is it ok if I eat fatty, oily foods 1 month after? I'm too young and scared
Usually no problem: Bile is used by your gut to absorb fat; left unabsorbed, fat will cause diarrhea. The gallbladder's job is to store bile & deliver it to the gut after fatty meals; however, the liver produces the bile & bile will still get to the gut w/o a gallbladder. Therefore, most people have no problem digesting fats after surgery; for those that do, it often improves in time. ...Read more
I am 25/male, soon to operated for gallbladder. Little nervous would like to ask if I could eat spicy and little oily food after one month of surgery.
If known already: Stay away from fatty foods, i.e. Fried. When there's gallbladder disease with or without stones, my recommendation is to have it removed! ...Read more
Depends: How long ago was your surgery? Gallbladder & gallstones are usually both removed at surgery. Usually can eat everything given enough time after surgery. Start with smaller and lighter soft foods & soups, avoid fatty & greasy foods at first. Then gradually return to a full normal and regular diet over a couple weeks as you recover from surgery. ...Read more
Trial and error: After gallbladder removal, the bile from the liver constantly drains into the intestine (rather than being stored in the gallbladder between meals and squirted into the intestine after meals). Bile can be irritating and about 25% of patients may experience gastric irritation or diarrhea. This is called post-cholecystectomy syndrome. Avoid acid food and fatty food. Minimize alcohol and tobacco. ...Read more
I have pain in the middle of my chest after I eat certain foods. I have heard sometimes it can be your gallbladder- what would this feel like?
Why does my side hurt after I eat fatty foods even though I got my gallbladder removed almost 4 years ago?
Fatty foods: .Interestingly, as you have been missing the normal bonus release of bile that is ejected from a normally functioning gallbladder after a meal, your ability to digest fatty foods is now worse than when you had your gallbladder. So, eating fatty foods will result in bloating, discomfort and malabsorption. In this context, a low-fat diet is advised. ...Read more
After I eat fried foods I have pain in my gallbladder? And I get really nauseous but it's only after fried food what is the issue?
Need an exam, etc...: Having tummy symptoms after eating fried foods or oily foods can be a sign of gallbladder disease, such as gallstones or "sludge" in the gallbladder. Stones could also be in the bile duct, and would be called a biliary stone. Stones and sludge block the flow of bile, and the back-pressure from the blockage can cause pain and infection. One's primary care doctor can evaluate. ...Read more
How long does it take your body to get back to normal after having your gallbladder out and do you have to eat low fat foods after the operation?
Had a ultrasound for my gallbladder, No stones, not inflamed. It hurts when I move a certain way, and if I eat greasy food. What could it be? What can I do
Pain: It would be a good idea to repeat your bloodwork including a CBC with diff, CMP, lipase, urinalysis with culture. Consider a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis as well. See a doctor. There is always a reason why there is pain, even when tests are normal. See another doctor in person if your current doctor can't give you answers. ...Read more
I had my gallbladder taken out 8yrs ago, no I'm having problems digesting my food and trapped gas?
Common: The best thing to do is moderate fat intake, quantity and how fast it is ingested. ...Read more
Dr says my gallbladder is workn only at 29% my question is if l eat healthy & less greasy foods can it get better without surgery?
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The good news is your gallbladder can get better without surgery (it can never get better with surgery, only removed which is not better), but it needs more than eating healthy. It would be wise to work with an acupuncturist ; holistic md. Consider doing a liver flush. But any treatment should be with professional guidance:
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After my gallbladder remove is their still a chance to happen again a gall stone. Can still eat fat food or spicy?
Highly unlikely: If you had your gallbladder out for stones, there is a very small chance of having a retained stone but this is unlikely and is usually suspected prep by evaluating your us and labs. There is no real dietary restrictions after gallbladder surgery but patients sometimes find foods that bother them. This may be a temporary issue while the system gets used to life without the gallbladder. ...Read more
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