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I had my Gallbladder removed on 1-31-07, I am still having the same symptoms I had before surgery. I get nausea when I eat certain foods. Is this normal and if so how long will total recovery be?.


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replied March 13th, 2007
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In cases of either gallstones or dysfunctional gallbladder, surgical removal of the gallbladder is the treatment of choice. It doesn't seem likely that your gallbladder was removed due to nausea. Nonetheless, you can consult with your surgeon for more information about post-op symptoms.
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