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By Dr. A. Minocha,   author of  "How To Stop Heartburn: Simple Ways to Heal Heartburn and Acid Reflux" and "Natural Stomach Care: Treating and Preventing Digestive Disorders with Best of Eastern and Western Therapies"


Removal of gall bladder does not cause problems long term...

Is it a Myth or a Fact? Find out below

While most patients who undergo cholecystectomy (removal of gall bladder) feel better with respect to their symptoms, as many as 5% may suffer more severe symptoms. As many as one-fourth to one-third of the patients may suffer persistent discomfort in the region of their gall bladder that has been removed. These problems may start soon after the operation or may occur years later. They occur more commonly among women and in those in whom there was no significant abnormality of gall bladder found upon operation. Some patients may also develop chronic diarrhea.


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