Ox bile after Gallbladder removed

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I had my gallbladder removed 4 months ago prior to that I had severe Gerd and Gerd went away for a short time then back bad nothing seems to work no matter what I eat. Tried PPI not working is anybody tried Ox Bile?

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    Hi there. Plz keep me updated. I had gerd or reflux not sure which and I had mine removed a month ago and it’s back. I saw the GI dr and I have a scope done in Thursday. I pray it’s nothing serious but from the research I’ve done I need to change my diet big time. 
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      Hi Ashley

      Just go slow on eating fats! Eat vegetables and fruit lean meats! See how it goes! Are you taking and medicine for the Gerd!

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      I am taking meds and I have that scop on Thursday. I’m rating it doesn’t find anything bad. And only gerd or reflux.  But I’ll try that. Ty. 
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    Hi Karen, Im still with my GB but have recently just started suffering with reflux AGAIN.  I do not understand why I had it but it left me with a bad cough which has now gone through having honey at night but I do believe something is not right as I keep getting like a flem in the back of the throat, I am just taking it that it is part of the GB attack I have had recently.  My tonsils were inflamed as well but Dr says nothing to worry about?
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      Hi Julian

      Yes I think  acid reflux can be from the GB and digestion! You might try enzymes and eating beets! I think  For me it started in the liver and I don’t have enough bile to digest fats! I tried everything now on special diet! Beets are good. 

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