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Mine has been out for two years and I still bloat EVERYDAY like I am 9 months pregnant. Specialists have not been able to help me. I am so uncomfortable...HELP! Linda
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I have a similar problem I cannot see my toes standing up
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My gallbladder was removed in 2014 and I have been experiencing the same painful bloating. I hadn't connected the dots though and thought it was due to my sedentary job. I quit a year ago and have been much more active but still seriously bloated. Three days ago my daughter asked if I had ever tried activated charcoal. She gave me some and literally in ten minutes my pain was subsiding. My stomach is pretty flat now, my abdomen is calm-i haven't felt this good in years. Apparently activated charcoal absorbs toxins and gases. I realize it's only been three days but I'm hopeful this is what I needed. Today at any rate I feel great and so thankful!
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I have my gallbladder out September 2017 now May 2018, my stomach is bloated most of the time. Mmmm 4 months pregnant look. So not impressed.
Sometimes I feel like not eating at all as it makes me feel awful.
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You might try activated charcoal. Please read my post just before yours. I'm feeling so much better...
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I had my gall bladder removed two yrs ago. Every time I eat meat I get that horrible Bloating feeling. Need to walk to get the gas I feel out . Going to see a dietician soon to regulate my diet!!
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Hi Kylie, i just had my gallbladder removed too almost a month from now. But my stomach is still bloated, hope this helps! Thank you. :)
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I had my gallbladder removed a month ago and I still bloat pretty bad with little food too .I also have pain where my gallbladder used to be and have even had terrible "stone passing "..? like pain. I sure hope it gets better than this !
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I had a laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal) on November 6, 2018.  My stomach is very bloated and hard after 2 weeks. Im checking back with my Dr in 4 more weeks to see if it’s better then.  I am fast-walking 4-6 miles/day, every day.  I drink at least a gallon of water every day.  I eat only chicken and fish, fresh veggies and fruit, nuts and high fiber cereal, & non-fat greek yogurt.  I eat no red meat or pork, no other starches, no other dairy, and a bit of olive oil in my home-made dressing.  I also take 1 magnesium with calcium 400 mg every night as i have for years to help with constipation.  I will check back in 4 weeks to give an update.

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