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September 16, 2013. Is it bad to drink alcohol with no gallbladder? - Yahoo! Answers (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index%3Fqid%3D200 80420194626AAxCGKy)
And after sex i get really bad sharp pains like where my gallbladder use to be. Can you drink alcohol after having your gallbladder removed?
September 15, 2013. Post Gallbladder Removal and Alcohol - Digestive Disorders (http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Digestive-Disorders--- Gastroenterology/Post-Gallbladder-Removal-and-Alcoh ol/show/236444)
I had my gallbladder removed laparascopically in Feb 2006. After the removal I have no desire, even after years of drinking. I was told I have
September 24, 2013. Gallbladder Disease Forum - No More Alcohol After Cholecystectomy (http://ehealthforum.com/health/topic54407.html)
Hello all,i had my gall bladder removed over a week ago. the posts I read talked about the intolerance to drinking alcohol POST GB surgery!
August 31, 2013. Gallbladder Surgery Preparation Instructions - Hartford HealthCare (http://www.hartfordhealthcaremedicalgroup.org/ed_in str_gallbladder.php)
Following surgery, you must not drink alcohol, drive or make important are to be expected and are common for a few weeks after removal of the gallbladder.
September 7, 2013. Is it because I have no gall bladder that I can't drink (http://ask.metafilter.com/57881/Is-it-because-I-hav e-no-gall-bladder-that-I-cant-drink)
(I've had friends who had gall bladders removed and noticed similar if you got drunk faster inhaling evaporated/atomized alcohol before/after
September 11, 2013. Gallbladder removed - Health information - Bupa Health Insurance (http://www.bupa.com.hk/eng/individuals/health-infor mation/a-z-of-health/G/Gallbladder-removed.aspx)
This factsheet is for people who are planning to have gallbladder surgery Gallstones can give you abdominal pain (particularly after a fatty meal), make you feel your coordination and reasoning skills, so you must not drive, drink alcohol ,
September 20, 2013. How long should you wait before drinking alcohol after gallbladder (http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_should_you_wait_ before_drinking_alcohol_after_gallbladder_surgery)
I had my gallbladder removed a month ago. I did a little research to find out if it's normal to have problems drinking alcohol after this surgery, and it seems to be
September 10, 2013. drinking alcohol after gallbladder surgery - Gallbladder Message (http://www.healthboards.com/boards/gallbladder/7417 08-drinking-alcohol-after-gallbladder-surgery.html)
26 Mar 2010 How long does it take before a person can have a drink? I had surgery a month and 2 days. I am scared to try a drink any sugestions or answer
September 3, 2013. After Gallbladder removal - Better Medicine Forums (http://forums.bettermedicine.com/showthread.php/489 05-after-gallbladder-removal)
Like you, I'm not a regular drinker and never had the horrible pain effect after drinking alcohol until after my gallbladder was removed. I ended
September 13, 2013. Alcohol after gallbladder removal? - Yahoo! Answers (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index%3Fqid%3D201 30618144533AAMPhoD)
18 Jun 2013 I had my gallbladder removed today and my husband and I usually drink I don't think it is such a good idea to drink any Alcohol for the time
September 1, 2013. "Anyone else with problems after gallbladder removal?": Digestive (http://forums.webmd.com/3/digestive-disorders-excha nge/forum/2441)
I too am experiencing problems after having my gallbladder removed 5 months ago. Never in I know this sounds lame but I can't drink alcohol and i miss that.
Comments about this video: It's been about a year since I got my Gallbladder removed and I've not noticed anything different, except the pain, that's gone.Yeah. It's hard not drinking. Just had mine removed but I stopped drinking two years ago. Felt like my life was over. But you get used to it :). i tried that. Had no choice really. But it didn't work. I still like a drink every now and again thanks anyway. I can't tell if you're being sarcastic or for real, haha. but if you're serious, yes, please let me know how it works out. i had my gb out almost 6 months ago and am terrified to even try alcohol because of the awful stories i've read about people without gb's being the worst kind of sick for days after having only a few drinks.Jello shots DID NOT WORK. Tried it multiple times, multiple ways, and each time it was a failure. Yeast free wine DOES WORK though. I can drink my face off without any problems. Find a good distributor you like and get back to me. You will be pleasantly surprised.try jello shots. since they are not in liquid form, maybe the alcohol wont be rushing through you. since your body has to process the alcohol in solid form, this takes more time. this may result in a more typical reaction (more like the normal, more gradual effects of becoming intoxicated). alcohol in liquid form is rushing through you because it isnt being slowed by food and because it itself is not in solid food form. jello shots might just work since they ARE. HOLY SHIT. THAT'S A GREAT IDEA. DAMN, I can't believe I didn't think of that. I'm a disgraceful Irishman! lol. I'll try it tomorrow. If this works you just earned 10 cool points from me pal. Man, thats genius. You must work for NASA, with a mind like that. Thanks buddy. I owe you one.
--I wish that were true. I had my gallbladder removed in the WORST hospital in NYC: Astoria General. I went there thinking I had food poisioning, not a massively inflammed gallbladder. The sutures got infected post op. Instead of being released the same day, i spent a week fighting an infection that nearly crippled me. My recovery room was filthy. I've stayed in cleaner jails. I've developed some sort of yeast digestion problem, post op. I can't have certain breads either.
I only drink yeast free alcohol. Beer is permanently gone. Most beers suck taste wise anyway, so I really don't care. But I can have certain yeast free wines, and honey based liqueurs no problem. This is soo funny. I never thought I'd ever talk about this. Hanovers are powerful, yeah. If I exceed 3 drinks, it feels like i had 6. Dang, you are a total alcoholic. I mean, I like to drink and I like beer, but wow, you take this drinking thing to a new level. Had my gallbladder out and drank for the first time today. Will find out tomorrow how I tolerate it. Came across this video. But it sounds like you are one of those weird people who have problems with everything. Your phantom stitches hurt? Wow. Sucks to be you!So why no to the beer? just because diarrhea? or do you insides hurt as well? if its just diarrhea why dont u just take some imodium beforehand? and the shots just hurt your stitches or does it hurt your insides? Yeah, that's me. I have the atypical body features of guys with KS; small hands, tall, thin, etc. I think/suspect I have a YEAST digestion problem. I have a problem digesting Beer, but not wine. Occassionally, I can't digest some types of bread's, cakes, cookies either. So now I just make all my own sweets, and I stick to very basic foods to be safe. My brother makes yeast free homemade wine, and I drink that no problem. But I still can't do beer. Tried last month: still a no go. Sucks.
September 18, 2013. Drinking alcohol after gallbladder removal - Doctor wisdom on (https://www.healthtap.com/topics/drinking-alcohol-a fter-gallbladder-removal)
Doctors give unbiased, helpful information on indications, contra indications, benefits, and complications: Dr. Uyeda on drinking alcohol after gallbladder
September 17, 2013. Gallbladder Surgery | MyFitnessPal.com (http://www.myfitnesspal.com/topics/show/176142-gall bladder-surgery)
So I was told I need to have my gallbladder removed. (its not like i drink all the time, i like to enjoy a glass of wine every now and then) Will it really get rid of my bloating I didn't have any issues with food or alcohol after.
September 12, 2013. What's OK to eat after gallbladder removal? - MayoClinic.com (http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/gallbladder-remova l-diet/MY01815)
13 Jul 2011 Be aware that after gallbladder surgery some people find that the Alcohol use: If you drink, keep it moderate · Caffeine: How much is too
September 9, 2013. Tips After Gallbladder Surgery | Living without a Gallbladder (http://livingwithoutagallbladder.net/category/tips- after-gallbladder-surgery/)
foods to eat after gallbladder removal; drinking alcohol after gallbladder removal; no gallbladder side effects; alcohol after gallbladder removal; side effects of no
September 21, 2013. Should Alcohol And Caffeine Be Avoided After Gallbladder Removal (http://www.livestrong.com/article/518662-should-alc ohol-and-caffeine-be-avoided-after-gallbladder-remo val/)
14 Aug 2011 Should Alcohol and Caffeine be Avoided After Gallbladder Removal? You can drink caffeine and alcohol following gallbladder removal.
September 8, 2013. Can You Drink Alcohol After Your Gall Bladder Has Been Removed (http://www.blurtit.com/q912322.html)
Answer (1 of 5): It is not unusual for people to feel ill after having gall bladder surgery. Many people feel especially sick if they try to drink alcohol in the initial
September 19, 2013. When is it safe to drink alcohol after gallbladder surgery - Doctor (https://www.healthtap.com/topics/when-is-it-safe-to -drink-alcohol-after-gallbladder-surgery)
Clear, transparent answers from Doctors: Worried about negative side effects? Dr . Hiler discusses how long you should wait to drink alcohol after gallbladder
September 22, 2013. Frequently Asked Questions about Gallstones and their Treatments (http://www.laparoscopic-treatment.co.uk/gallstone_f aqs.php)
Can the gallstones be removed without the gallbladder? no reason why you cannot drink alcohol but this is not advised in the first 48 hours after your surgery.
September 4, 2013. Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery - VASCULAR SURGEON - Dr (http://www.thevascularsurgeon.com/laparoscopic.htm)
Your doctor may refer you for an operation to remove your gall bladder for a number of reasons. The most common are: What problems can arise after operation It is advisable not to smoke or drink alcohol on the day before your operation.
September 14, 2013. Can you drink alcohol after gallbladder removed?\? - Yahoo! Answers (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index%3Fqid%3D201 01228112838AASBNoR)
I would advise you to limit any kind of alcohol and drink plenty of water. There is a negative link between the absence of a gallbladder and alcohol.
September 6, 2013. Gallbladder removal. What to expect and how to recover | Bupa UK (http://www.bupa.co.uk/individuals/health-informatio n/directory/g/gallbladder-removal)
Most people can digest food and drink normally without a gallbladder. However, around one in 10 people get diarrhoea after the operation. temporarily affects your co ordination and reasoning skills, so you must not drive, drink alcohol,
September 5, 2013. Johns Hopkins: Digestive Disorders on gallbladder surgery: Special (http://www.johnshopkinshealthalerts.com/reports/dig estive_health/3310-1.html)
7 Dec 2009 After all, the gallbladder must serve some important function, right? foods, milk or other dairy products, high fat foods, caffeine or alcohol.
September 2, 2013. Gallbladder Surgery Follow-Up and Answers to Questions (http://www.needlesspounds.com/2013/03/31/gallbladde r-surgery-follow-up-and-answers-to-questions/)
31 Mar 2013 How long before you can walk after gallbladder surgery? I'm not a fan of consuming controlled substances, but I'm also not a fan of being in crippling pain. drinks. Alcohol, being empty calories, is on my seldom if ever list.
September 23, 2013. Gallbladder removal - NHS Choices (http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Laparoscopiccholecyste ctomy/Pages/Introduction.aspx)
Read more about making changes to your diet after gallbladder surgery. So ten days post op, am eating or normally, drinking alcohol ( moderately), and all