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I have had spotting the last couple weeks and now have a lower left side pain or cramp while urinating. I had a er lapro gall bladder removal 4mo ago?

I have had spotting the last couple weeks and now have a lower left side pain or cramp while  urinating. I had a er lapro gall bladder removal 4mo ago?

UTI or Kidney Stone: Left flank pain while urinating can be a sign of a Kidney Stone or Pyelonephritis (ascending urinary tract infection). There are other possibilities as well. See your clinician, who can examine you, check your urine , and determine if further tests, like a spiral CT are indicated, then treat you appropriately. Take care! ...Read more

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I suffered from acute pancreatitis 2 months ago caused by gall stones. My gall bladder was removed, now I suffer from frequent and urgent urination. ?

I suffered from acute pancreatitis 2 months ago caused by gall stones. My gall bladder was removed, now I suffer from frequent and urgent urination. ?

Call your physician: There are a number of things that come to mind when i hear about this problem. A simple urinary tract infection (but the time frame is a bit odd). One thing that comes to mind is an infection in the pelvis that is irritating the bladder. I can't tell you exactly what your problem is caused by, but it should be looked into. ...Read more

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Can you please tell me about the after effects of gall bladder removal?

Can you please tell me about the after effects of gall bladder removal?

Mostly: ...None! by having the procedure you got rid of possible colicky pains, jaundice, acute cholecystitis, pancreatitis and yes even cancer. Even if following the procedure you may have slight dyspeptic symptoms they will regulate themselves with time. I would suggest avoiding heavy and fatty foods especially in the evenings... ...Read more

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Gallstone-like pain 2 years after gall bladder removal, what to do?

Gallstone-like pain 2 years after gall bladder removal, what to do?

Best thing to do: Is to return to the surgeon who performed your gallbladder operation. It can be any number of post-cholecystectomy problems, such as retained stone, liver disease, pancreatitis, etc. If you cannot reach a surgeon, get to a GI specialist. ...Read more

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How long after a gall bladder removal does it take for pancreatic inflammation to go away?

How long after a gall bladder removal does it take for pancreatic inflammation to go away?

Depends on severity: I assume that you developed biliary pancreatitis, i.e. Pancreatitis due to passage of a gallstone. Taking the gallbladder out reduces the risk of recurrent episodes of acute pancreatitis, but does not speed up resolution of the initial attack. Therefore the timing for resolution depends on the severity of the initial episode and the degree of damage. This may be weeks to months - follow with gi. ...Read more

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After gall bladder removal is a special diet necessary?

After gall bladder removal is a special diet necessary?

Usually no special : For most people, after gallbladder surgery, they can eat all normal foods. It is always best to eat healthy foods. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have symptoms after gall bladder removal?

Is it possible to have symptoms after gall bladder removal?

Yes : Some patients do not feel complete resolution of abdominal discomforts with gallbladder surgery. Other possible causes of pain can be gastritis, stomach ulcer, bile duct spasm, kidney issue, etc. See your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What to eat after gall bladder removal by scope?

Should be able: To eat fairly normally, eventually. Early after surgery eat small, light, non fat foods. As you heal & feel better over a few weeks or less you should be able to return to eating all normal foods. Fatty or greasy foods cause some people to feel bloating, gas or diarrhea after surgery. ...Read more

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How long before i can resume a normal diet after gall bladder removal?

Soon: Start slowly, especially with eating too much fatty or greasy foods. Otherwise can eat other foods as soon as you feel ready. ...Read more

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What to do after gall bladder removal? I'm 29

What to do after gall bladder removal? I'm 29

Usually nothing: Gallbladder is a vestigial storage organ for bile, so that enzymes can pour out in large amounts to help digest foods that animals would eat in large amounts infrequently. In humans, it does not serve a useful purpose because we eat smaller amounts more frequently than do wild animals. You can get transient painful episodes mimicking gallbladder colic after surgical removal, but it will resolve. ...Read more

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Dr. Stanley Schwartz
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