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There are number of symptoms which do appear after the removal of the gall bladder
. The main symptoms persist with upper abdominal discomfort
due to increase in gastritis
due to the increase in reflux of bile into the stomach, specially after the meals. This can either present as heart or chest burn or just a discomfort within the chest. Other reasons is due to change in the body posture, due to repeated surgery , leading to muscle cramps
which leads to shoulder pain
. Sometimes even traces of small amount of carbon dioxide gas used during the key hole surgery is persistent within abdomen, under both the sides between chest and abdominal cavity which can also lead to pain under the arms and discomfort.
Are you taking any anti-peptic medications?
Feel free for further queries.