Pain but gallbladder is gone

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i had my gallbladder removed 7 months ago 2 days after sugery i was right back in the er with unexplained back pain. Never really felt right but this week I am having all the attack pain all over again. I also have pain between my shoulder blades and am burping and have constant gas. Anyone have anything similar?

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    Hi i had mine removed back in july 11 so it would make it about 6 months now still have some pains here and there i have noticed is with certain foods like orange juice ,anything fried ,beans and of course anything spicy you think that once is gone the pain is gone wish i knew it before i went thru this surgery makes me think if it was the right thing to do honestly hope you feel better i take tums and drink chamomile tea and it calms my stomach ache a bit hope it helps

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    I also noticed that people have the tendency of gain weight after surgery and develop FATTY LIVER, and sleep apnea, I ended up having a bariatric surgery and now I FEEL excellent' lost weight no more fatty liver, no more Sleep apnea, no more cholesterol or BLOOD PRESSURE pills and I am running again. WATCH for the same pattern.

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    These symptoms sound like Gastritis, I developed this after GB removal. Talk to your dr about going onto a PPi for a while, an endoscopy will confirm it, Try eating very small meals for while, no spicy food, coffee, alcohol, chocolate. Take a good pro-biotic every day. It does clear up after a few weeks.

    Very best wishes.

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