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Gallbladder removed. Having nausea, headache, cold sweats and chills after taking food. Could this be due to food or gall bladder removal?

I had my gallbladder removed about 2 years ago. On Thursday I had fried chicken wings. I woke up the Friday morning feeling nauseous and like I had to vomit ...I thought it was just the food and that I was having digestive complications. Then later Friday I began to get chills, cold sweats, and a horrible headache . Those symptoms continues through Saturday. Now Sunday I still have cold sweats ( like when a fever breaks but it keeps happening throughout the day) and I have a horrible headache. I have taken 4 500mg tylenols and the pain still has not gone. What could be wrong?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Hello. Getting fever and cold sweat 2 days post operation calls for a complete checkup by your surgeon concerned. This fever can be rising due to any cause because of surgery and usually it is related to some infection. You surgeon needs to clinically examine you and run some laboratory tests to rule out any source due to the operative procedure. Regards.
Answered: Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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