Does anyon else have nausea after having their gall bladder taken out It has been 7 weeks I still get nauseated and the thing that helps me is the Transderm scop patch one patch behind an ear and it last for 72 hours.
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. Post cholecystectomy syndrome is one entity which is quite common. Since the reservoir of bile i.e. gall bladder has been surgically removed, the bile straight away comes into the intestine & thereâs a continuous flow and it can result in gastritis or pain in the upper abdomen.
You should consult a gastroenterologist for the same as it is not possible to diagnose online. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
Hi ans welcome,
I had my gallbaldder reemoved and I found out later that 50% of people can no longer tollerate any sort of greazy foods. I was one of them. It took a long time for me to even be able to use mayo. But there are things you can do. Eat more leafy greens, remove butter, and margerine and bad oils (I prefer olive oil) from diet. Try to eleminate all fried foods. Crackers help. I find thta there are some very good ones that are multigrain. You also may want o talk to a dietatition. This may taper off. I would have your HDL and LDL re reun and compare it to what it was before the surgery. Mine went opposit efor a few years. Now many years later I can eat mayo and avacados again. I do eat healthy though. Keep asking people and discuss this with your doctor and the gasterentolagist and dietitions as well. Warm wishes and good luck,
you may email me if you have any more questions.
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