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Had gallbladder removed 4 years ago. Since then quality of life went down dramatically.
I am 33 and i feel like i am 70 years old. First 2 years or so aside from irregular stool you feel fine, only after this time you slowly start to feel worse and worse. You are either loose or constipated, because tissues do not get enough fat, they become dry, and so when constipated, you will likely get anal fissure, which happened to me, was terrible, through it got prostate inflammation and prostatitis afterwards. Your skin becomes dry, and old looking, nothing helps. Joints and back begin to ache so much so that even walking is pain. Constant depression. Memory becomes bad, thinking hard. When stools are loose - it gets to a point that you have to literally run to bathroom. Loose weight. Muscles are weak. Area under eyes becomes loose with fluid in it. Face start to look old despite you are young. No energy whatsoever. Pain in the liver area, gut area.
I am not insisting that people should not remove gallbladder, all situations are different,
only sharing my experience.
And also if anyone had similar effects after surgery - please advise what you have done to feel better.
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