Twitching where gallbladder was

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Hi I had my gallbladder removed last Thursday so 5 days ago, everything went fine, had the obvious pain and discomfort that comes with surgery but today I've noticed I'm getting a spasm twitchy feeling where I assume my gallbladder was, it doesn't hurt to much it's just uncomfortable and weird and I was just wondering if this is normal and will it go?

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    Hi! Good that you're ok after operation. and YES! it's normal, well. I've experienced it also 2 months ago i got my gb removed so, i could say it's normal and until now i feel what you've said "Spasm twitchy feeling". There are some days that it was actually really itchy and what we called "abdominal pain attack or gb attack" though you're gb is removed still you'll feel abdominal attacks that occurs specially when it's really cold.So,for me i use pain killers that's what my doctor recommend and warned me just to use it if the pain isn't tolerable anymore. But lately i stopped using it for it can cause harm either serious danger for my liver and colon.

    Take Care & Stay Healthy

    Anyways, you'll be better

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    I would check with the doc but likely it is just healing. I am not a medical expert.
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    Can't say I ever experienced this twitching. I had my gallbladder removed at end of April. Still having to be careful what to eat .


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    How are you now?  Has the twitching gone?  It sound like it was mending inside.  If it hasn't gone, reply and I'll give you some more info on what it could be.
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