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I had a bad gall bladder for 2 years,they said it tested goodAfter losing 70 lbs I fimally got it out.Now I cant digest food and have gone from about 230 to 160 or less. I wore a size 40 pants and now I'm in my sons 34,s.I am beginning to look like a pow.I have been in hospital every week or so for last year.But,it could be worse,all my friends have died and I have my cats,dogs and 100 quail and chuckars and a bunch of silkies,white,blue,buff.Here I am before bad gall bladder.The cats goten bigger, and I'm half my previous size,probally better for my heart.


Edited by kyzerc - 4/26/16 at 10:44pm
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You should go back to the hospital for checks.. this is not normal to loose weight after having a gall bladder removed.

 

Its not even necessary to change the diet.. unless you had a really bad diet before.

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 Two black parents,the first of four was white.

 

 

 lost the ist 50 lbs,stayed in hospital 1 week and they said it was ok.The last 7 months I was in mortal pain could not eat 1 tea spoon of any thing unless I took a strong pain​ pill.I went to 2 different emergengy room 20 times .They found     noting wrong. after losing 70 pounds I finally had it removed but cant digest food now

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You may need to check in with a nutritionist so they can formulate a diet that will work well for you. The gallbladder helps the body digest fats, so you may need a special diet to cater to that need.
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