Thank you for the query.
Gallstones pain is usually located in the upper right abdomen and radiates to the back. Nausea and vomiting can be present. It usually comes and goes. Green stools and diarrhea
can be also present.
However cramping and stool problems are more characteristic for bowels issues like partial bowels obstruction due to adhesions post appendectomy
. Chronic bacterial infection is also possible.
I suggest you to visit general surgeon
. Consider abdominal CT with oral contrast (enterolcysis) to rule out partial bowels obstruction. Stool tests should be also done.Gallbladder
removal might be necessary as well.
Hope this will help.