I had surgery to remove my gallbladder in April. I thought it would be the answer to all my prayers but i'm so disappointed. I still can't eat spicy or greasy foods and can't tolerate alcohol at all. If I eat spicy foods or grease or if I drink alcohol I end up with diarrhoea for days aferwards and my stomach really aches. I've just come back from Turkey and it totally runied my holiday. I'm off work now because I feel so ill. I've just spoken to the nurse at my surgery and she wants me to do a stool sample to see if I've got an infection. I'm also awaiting a scan to see if there's anything wrong, but i don't hold out much hope. I think this is going to be it for ever now. Is anyone else finding that they still can't eat certain foods or drink certain drinks. The only saving grace after my surgery is that I don't suffer those awful attacks any more. I'm so depressed...
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