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Gallbladder Symptoms may Continue after Removal

If you have ever experienced Gallbladder symptoms, you know just how painful they can be. Usually when patients experience these discomforting symptoms, surgery is often the next step in hopes to eliminate any pain. However, did you know that even after your Gallbladder is removed that you can still experience those very same symptoms?


Gallbladder removal surgery, called a cholecystectomy, is a very common surgical procedure in the US. However, it is possible for the symptoms of gallstones to mimic other forms of indigestion, as Dr. Andrew Weil also suggests. In this case, removing the gallbladder does not alleviate symptoms because the gallbladder was not the original cause.


After removal of the gallbladder, there is a possibility of developing Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction. With (SOD), spasming or scarring of the sphincter between the pancreatic and bile ducts and the large intestine causes symptoms similar to the original gallbladder symptoms. Symptoms often include abdominal pain, nausea and even vomiting.


Dr. Marina Rose has many people with gallbladder symptoms and other challenging, chronic health problems around the city of San Jose, CA as well as out of state.One of her recent patients had daily, painful vomiting for over a year. After multiple medical tests including ultrasound, MRI, CT scan and multiple medications she had no relief.

She flew in to see Dr. Rose for a consultation and was immediately started on her customized nutrition program for digestive health, it only took 3 weeks for the vomiting to stop completely.


Fortunately there are many ways to stay healthy and avoid gallbladder symptoms:

  • Eliminate unhealthy trans-fats from your diet
  • Stay hydrated
  • Eat plenty of fiber
  • Maintain a healthy weight


One of the best ways to understand the underlying nutritional cause of your symptoms is to know which foods and nutrients you have trouble digesting and those you are deficient in.
Click here to take Dr. Rose’s Nutritional Profile Quiz and get an overview of what your nutritional imbalances could be. You’ll get your results immediately.



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