Diarrhoea and nausea

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I'm nearly 3 months post op and the last two days have had bad diarrhoea. I haven't eaten anything different or unusual, in fact I've hardly eaten cause of nausea. I'm also getting a dull pain where my gallbladder use to be and a pain where my belly button incision is. These started first and then came the diarrhoea. The nausea I get every now again.

What can I take for the diarrhoea or do I just wait for it to pass?

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    Hi renee, since you had surgery I think you should talk to your doctor before taking anything.  Immodium Multi Symptom has always worked for me, but if you see a Gastro doc he should be able to stop the nausea and the D at the same time...good luck

     

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    I get the trots every now and then with the same foods, and I get the phantom pains as well at times. A call to your GP might mot hurt.
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      Phantom pains! Good name. Like phantom limb.

      I'll see how it is tomorrow and call the doc if it's still there. It's not fun but still better then the pain I was in before. Just have to be more aware of what my body's telling me. My tummy just sounds like there's a thunderstorm going on inside!!

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      I get that at times. Happens with chicken. Some times I can eat it and have no issues, other times. It causes bad cramping and D.
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