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Long bout of delayed emptying, gallbladder removed. Diarrhea after eating food. How to cure?

my daughter is 16 and had her gallbladder removed May 2012 after a long bout of delayed gastric emptying; gallbladder removal helped. Of course when she eats, she is immediately in the bathroom with diarrhea . Other than diet change, is there anything else she can do? Recently, she has had a few episodes of the delayed emptying again, but not anything like this time last year.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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I do not see any indication to remove a normal gall bladder of a16 year old girl. Gall baldder is removed only if it contains stones which are causing symptoms not otherwise. As result of removal she has developed what is called postcholecystectomy diarrhoea. The treatment for which is small multiple feeds with very less fat content till it settles accompanied by cholystyramine therapy till the synptoms disappear.
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