What problems can you get after gallbladder removal?
While it is not the norm to experience digestive problems after gallbladder surgery, they can include:
- Difficulty digesting fatty foods.
- Temporary diarrhea.
- Chronic diarrhea.
- Temporary constipation.
- Retained stone in a bile duct.
- Intestinal injury.
Why does my neck hurt after gallbladder surgery?
Any carbon dioxide gas that remains in your body can cause neck and shoulder pain. Your gallbladder may leak bile into your abdomen during or after surgery.
What to do with a southerly swing keel?
We will then remove the keel bolts, hydraulic ram bolts and the pennant. After the keel and grounding plate are separated from the boat, we will clean the hull recess, inspect and repair and damage if necessary. The keel will then be cleaned and shot-blasted for rust removal, then primed and anti-fouled.
Are there any health problems after gallbladder removal?
Any health issues or symptoms arising because of gallbladder removal is called postcholecystectomy syndrome. Postcholecystectomy syndrome describes the appearance of symptoms after cholecystectomy.
What are the signs and symptoms of gallbladder disease?
The most common symptoms of gallbladder problems are: Abdominal pain, which may range from dull to sharp, and which may worsen after eating a fatty meal. Heartburn, indigestion, and excessive gas. Sensation of fullness in the abdomen. Vomiting or nausea.
Why do I have watery stool after gallbladder removal?
This problem results from the fact that without the gallbladder, there is nothing to regulate the amount of bile that passes into the small intestine and the higher amount of bile can create stools that are watery and more frequent. Luckily, for most of these individuals, this problem will resolve itself slowly over time.