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After Gall Bladder removal operation, what avoid to eat and what to eat?

a male person of 30 years has removed Gall Bladder with a minor surgery operation because of Stones, still he has to face digestion problem whenever he taking heavy,oily,spicy food. As he like to eat these kind of food. As he is an indian & there


Hi.
Well the type of surgery for the gall bladder surgery is not mentioned. I presume that by naming it as minor surgery, you mean that it was Laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

Regarding your 1st question what should he eat?


most diary products and faty things will upset him. my sis had her gall bladder out 5 years ago, she gets really poorly if she has cream/ice cream/butter/full fat milk any food containing these as ingrediants,also fatty foods like fried/deep fried, takaways


A close relative of mine had her gall bladder removed many years ago and she is able to eat any foods without problem. The liver will still produce the bile necessary for digestion of fat. Try a little of everything I am confident there will be no problem.

does bladder extrophy operation work?

my son is 5 years old now and he had 2 operations, yet he doesn't have any control on his bladder. his doc says we have to wait till he is old enough and his bladder get bigger to have the third and final operation. other doc says it wont work. any clue?????


Yes, the surgery will enlarge the size of his bladder, allowing better storage and higher chance of continence.