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Old 03-02-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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I had my gall bladder out about a year ago and ever since then certain restaurants bother me greatly. We ate at a Pizza place today and I got sick. Whenever we eat at Buffalo Wild Wings I get sick, which is not a lot. The first time I thought it was just a coincidence, the second time I was like wonder why and the third time I decided that maybe we should not eat there any more. I never got sick before having my gall bladder out. Is this a side effect of it? The grease must just bother my stomach or something.
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Old 03-02-2013, 06:42 PM   #2
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Yes grease can effect your stomach like that. I know that there are certain foods that they say to avoid after you have your gall bladder removed. This would include fried foods, pizza, high fat dairy products and meat, chocolate, and cream sauces or gravies. I know that these are foods that they say to avoid for a while while your body adjusts to not having a gall bladder. However maybe your body has never really adjusted to it.
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I heard if you have our gall bladder out if you eat fatty foods you will get sick.
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