Having Problems After Gallbladder Removal?
- Increased indigestion
- Bile escaping up into the stomach
- Increased gas and bloating
- Twinge or soreness in the gallbladder area, right side abdomen
- Still having what feels like gallbladder attacks
- Running to the bathroom immediately after eating
- Loose stools or occasional constipation
- A pulling or pinching where the gallbladder used to be
- Weight gain after gallbladder removal
There are more than 1.2 million gallbladders removed in the USA alone each year. 60% of people still have digestive symptoms of one kind or another. Some still have what resembles gallbladder attacks!
So, you are NOT alone!
Most people never know why or figure out what to do about it. Traditional methods do not always work.
Research tells us is that after gallbladder removal there is increased risk of:
- Increase in blood sugar
- Increase in bad cholesterol
- Decreased good cholesterol
- Increased triglycerides
- An accumulation of fat in the liver
- Weight gain especially around the waist
- Elevated blood pressure
- Abnormal cells in the colon
- Developing or worsening indigestion
- Backflow of bile
- Inflammation in the small intestine, bile ducts, stomach and esophagus
So now that you’re on the other side of gallbladder removal, it’s time to take steps to get in better health, in better shape than even before, to be sure you avoid these complications.
The good news is that the same steps you take to lessen your side effects, or symptoms, are the same steps that will help you to avoid those increased risks.
For 20 years, as a natural health practitioner, I’ve been helping people to sort out what they are experiencing months or even years after their gallbladder was removed. I have spent these years reading research on gallbladder problems, on bile issues, on gallbladder removal and its consequences. Most of these quests were inspired by problems with patients who could get no relief and no answers as to why these problems were plaguing them. We worked together to find solutions.
Sometimes, it can remove some of the stress of the situation simply by knowing what the underlying cause is. What’s even better is that most of these symptoms can be resolved with dietary changes once you understand exactly what those foods are. Add to that some targeted nutritional support and natural protocols and you have a winning combination.
Where do you start?
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Tell us what your specific symptoms after gallbladder removal are and how disruptive of uncomfortable they are to your life by ranking them from 1-10 (10 is most severe). Include your approximate age, your gender and the date of gallbladder removal.
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