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Is it possible for gallbladder removal to cause extra mucus in stool, including with solid stools too?

Cholecystectomy. Although it is certainly possible to develop a loose stools for a while after cholecystectomy, it is not usual to develop any mucus with the stool. Occasionally when someone receives antibiotics, however, they can develop an infection in the colon which can result in mucus in the stool. Otherwise, there is no reason to have excess mucus after gallbladder removal. Good luck. Read more...

Gallbladder removed Wed & have had severe back pain since Sat. Doc said it was from laying down more than usual. Today there was white mucus in my stool. Read in another post it could be a colon infection. How do you get this & does it cause backpain?

Call surgeon now. This is abnormal and you need to contact your surgeon again ASAP. I don't think laying down in a normal condition causes severe back pain either unless you have a very bad mattress. Read more...
Postoperative Pain. Surgeons worry about a few things postoperatively. They worry about bleeding, they worry about pulmonary embolism, urinary tract infection from the catheter, and they worry about wound infections. If you have any shortness of breath or pain with breathing, pain in your calf, go to the ER for examination. Back pain can be caused by positioning during surgery, etc. Good idea to be seen, call surgeon. Read more...

How to cure mucous after a gallbladder removal surgery?

Need site of mucous. The intestinal system normally secretes mucous. It can be thought of as a self lubricating process. It usually is not connected to gall bladder removal. Read more...