Thank you for the query.
It is very common that gallstones does not give any symptoms and removing gallbladder
does not bring relief. This is because peptic ulcers very often likes to pretend gallstones pains. Moreover, if you have had peptic ulcers recently, another upper GI endoscopy
should be performed before any surgery. Gallbladder removal could also make your stomach worse due to surgical stress.
That is why, your symptoms are most likely caused by peptic ulcers. It is advisable for you to have upper GI endoscopy performed.
In some cases after gallbladder removal some stones can be left in the bile ducts and cause such symptoms. That is why you should also have abdominal ultrasound
performed as well as liver tests (AST,ALT,GGTP), bilirubin
Hope this will help.