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I had my gallbladder removed 5 weeks ago and after the first week I had mostly recovered. The only reoccurring symptom I had was nausea after every meal, but this only caused vomiting once. Today when I woke up I felt very nauseous and had to rush to the toilet a few times with very loose stools. Shortly after, I got very hot and vomited a bright fluorescent yellow colour liquid that tasted very bitter. This happened again about an hour ago and I suspect there is more to come. I haven't eaten any food since last night (3.50pm) now, but there was a lot of this yellow liquid, especially the second time.
I do have slight pain in the stomach and the nausea hasn't really subsided, but the vomiting was pretty violent so it could be that?
Any ideas are welcome. I'm a little hesitant to go to the ER as I am currently on holiday in a country which doesn't have great medical care and I believe my insurance wouldn't cover a visit to a private hospital. But I will head there if things get much worse. If it makes any difference I am a 22 year old male and I am in ok shape.
I know googling is the worst thing to do, but bile reflux sounds like it may fit. However I would love any thoughts or advice!
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