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I used xenical in the past to help with my weight loss. After losing about 65 lbs and keeping it off for a couple of years, I have started to put on a few lbs and started taking xenical again. My question is if its okay to take xenical now that I have had my gallbladder removed (oct/04). I seem to have a lot more stomach pain now taking xenical than I ever did before. I watch what I eat, I exercise but i'm not loosing any weight. I feel yucky, bloated and gassy all the time. God help me if I eat any sort of beans, then i'm totally in major pain even if I take beano. Anyway have any info about xenical when you've had your gallbladder removed???


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replied May 11th, 2005
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I too had the same problem with xenical, it was a horrible experience, I too have had my gal bladder out.
Good luck!
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