Severe stomach pain every time drink hot drinks

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Hey guys.

I'm 22 years old and female. Last March I had my gallbladder removed due to stones keep unloading and blocking the duct. since the operation I had very loose/watery stools this has not gone away for well over a year no matter what i eat it's never the way its ment to be my stools are also different colours from black to green to yellow to very pale brown. I can have my meal and within half an hour I'm on the toilet:(

Another issue I have had since the OP is everytime I drink or consume anything liquid wise (hot drinks, soups, broth, gravy ect) I get severe stomach pain which lasts for hours along with the pain I over salivate which tastes strange in this time of agony I cant drink nor eat nor take pain meds as the pain gets 20times worse!

can anyone please help with advice!

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    Hi shan77028

    You should contact your doctor about your symptoms. When you say last march do you mean last month if so it is early days after op. I would leave out the hot liquids if they are giving you pain and check in with your doctor..

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    Are you taking any PPIs to help?

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      Buscopan is useless it doesn't work for most patients on this website. Alverine or mebeverine maybe better suited for you, but you really need to talk to a colorectal specialist. Some of them are doing telephone consultations, see if you can get a telephone appointment with one as they probably won't be seeing patients in person at the moment.

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