Gallbladder removal issue

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I had my gallbladder removed almost 6 months ago But im still expericing the same nausea as i did before i had it removed and sharp pains where the incesions were made i am a 17 year old male 

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    Hi there, i to suffered with chronic nausea after my gallbladder was removed. My gp prescribed metoclopramide10mg and cyclizine 50mg which did help . I am now 9 months post op and nausea free for the last 2 months . I hope this helps you as I was nearly going crazy with the nausea.
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    I agree with Elizabeth. Go to your doctor not your surgeon. Those guys do hundreds of those surgeries a year & do not understand the after affects of the surgery. Your doctor should take care of you. If not find another. God bless.
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    Hi Jerbur

    You could try raspberry leaf tea from a health food shop for the nausea. Drink it black without sugar if possible. Otherwise add lemon and/or honey to make it palatable. I used raspberry leaf tea for nausea during pregnancy and it worked really well in my experience. Other people say peppermint tea works for nausea - you can make that from picking leaves off a plant and steeping them in hot water. Okay - so I know you're male, 17 and your nausea is not due to morning sickness - but  the tea solution is cheaper than a prescribed medicine, so might be worth a shot... Also pay attention to the foods you eat in general - some people get nausea and griping pains from milk and milk products, but switching to lactose free milk gives them instant relief. A final suggestion is to try apple cider vinegar (with the mother) in it or lemon juice. My husband found these helpful in alleviating his nausea. All the best, Beau

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