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Hi ya,

For those of you who don't remember me, I had my gallbladder out 6 months ago.

No one spoke to me about the op, i have no idea what actually happened i just assumed everything went ok, never even saw the consultant and my GP doesnt have access to the records.

Well since then I still get what i call rumbles and grumbles after eating, nothing compared to the original pain but its uncomfortable and happens most days, I went to GP and they have no access to records saying what happened other than i went in for the op. Now if i eat something fatty (i know i know) i feel sick the entire next day.

Last time i went to GP he gave me some pills lazsomething or other, ive tried cutting out dairy in case i was intolerant but its not working, do you think its related to my previous issues or something new?

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    No its nothing new, its called [b:53ea2041bd]Postcholecystectomy syndrome[/b:53ea2041bd] smile
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    o thank you Spock!

    I can now see the GP and ask about it ( i know they don't like you to play Dr, but as they have no better ideas)

    Thanks Again!

    Im googling as we speak, seems like the symptoms might fit, (including some of the umm less pleasant aspects)

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    Hi went to Gp yesterday and they have put my on some pills as she thinks it *might* be excess stomach acid, i have to go back when i have finished the pack.,
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    Tell us how you get on with it smile
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