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symptoms after gallbladder removal

I had my gallbladder removed in January after a scan showed a stone of 14mm lodged in the gallbladder.Since then I have suffered from 'explosive ' diahorrea and cramping stomach pains.I can only go out safely if I have taken anti diahorrea tablets.It is worse in the mornings after breakfast,after eating anything fatty or with vinegar. It is making me feel miserable.I was told htese symptoms would settle down given time.This doesn't seem to be happening.
  minibramble on 2006-05-26
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Please try Croton Tig 30 c,5 drops in a little water after every stool till you are better.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Did this work/help?
I suffer this too.
jonboy last decade
my husband had his gallbladder removed few month ago and is now having diarrhea frequently but only in the mornings. It is frustating for him because its been more then a month now since he started having this diarrhea. Is there a cure for this?
tabataka last decade
I know this is a homeopathic site, but I had my gallbladder removed about seven months ago and experienced diarrhea. My doctor advised me to take Probiotic Align, which I did. It cleared up the problem within two weeks. You might want to try it.
Suze5 last decade
Logging in to observe progress.
Joe De Livera last decade

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