Still in pain after gallbladder removal?

How long? I suspect it was done by laporoscopy. Pain should not be present after several weeks. If that long, then see your surgeon or gastroenterologist!

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Could you still eat whatever you want after gallbladder removal?

Usually. Most people are still able to handle even a big greasy meal. You'll find out. Best wishes. Read more...
After a period. of adjustment of several weeks, you should be able to tolerate a regular diet. Ask your surgeon for specific advice regarding your case. Read more...

Could I still eat whatever I want after gallbladder removal can someone explai?

Yes. No special diet after gallbladder surgery some people will experience loose bowel after a rich or fatty meal digestive system are not the same in all of us some tolerate food the others do not nothing to do with the surgery listen to your body what it is trying to tell you some food we like might not like us back. Read more...

Why does my right upper quadrant still hurt after gallbladder removal?

Depends. How recent was your surgery? It could be postop pain. Can also be retained stone or primary stone, or possibly another diagnosis such as a peptic ulcer. See your surgeon. Read more...

Is it normal to still have diarrhea issues 7 years after gallbladder removal?

Something else. It's likely something else... Recommend checking with your internist and getting a referral to a GI specialist.... Could be a inflammatory disorder... Read more...

Still have scar tissue 2 years after gallbladder removal. What should I do?

Where? What type of scar tissue are your describing? Cosmetic scarring of the skin may be addressed by a plastic surgeon or a dermatologist. Internal scar tissue after laparoscopic surgery is usually very minimal and not a source of pain. If you are having painful issues, see your family doctor first. Read more...
Hard to answer. Where is the scar tissue?All surgery causes scar. The scar may or may not cause problems. If there are no problems, usually scar slowly imporves, but can take several years. Thick scars that grow( keloids) often require pressure treatment, cortisone injection, radiation, or surgery. Read more...

Still yellow after gallbladder removal. My liver enzymes were elevated?

Workup continues. Jaundice at any time is a problem in differential diagnosis. Entities that your physicians are considering include a common duct gallstone, pancreatic cancer, cholangiocarcinoma, damage or occlusion involving the common duct during surgery, hepatitis / cholestasis from a medication or anesthesia, delayed hemolysis after transfusion or from a rx. They need to sort it out. Good luck. Read more...