Usually not. 700, 000 americans have their gallbladders removed each year. While there may be some side effects after removal, these are generally easily managed. You did not say why your spleen was removed, but here the only that you should know is there is a very small risk for overwhelming bacterial infection, known as post-splenectomy sepsis. You can speak with your family doctor about this.
If you take care ,no. Removal of gall bladder will not cause any long term problem. If you don't take care spleenectomy will cause problem , sepsis by capsulated organism , like pneumocccous if vaccination is not done at scheduled intervals loss of very efficient filter of blood .