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Gallbladder removed, serious headache with bitter taste, tummy irritable. Bile leakage? Cure?

I had my gallbladder removed a month ago. A week ago I presented symptoms of a flu but later faded away today at night I woke up with a serious headache with a bitter taste as if something is coming up my throat could it be that my bile is leaking cause my tummy has also started being irritatable? If not what could be wrong with me? I'm 25 year old female
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
Bile leak would manifest on other way. It can be related to your operation, because sometimes postcholecystectomy syndrome or gastritis may occur after such sugeries. You should wait 1-2 months more till your digestion become balanced. Till that you can take some antiacid and spasmolitic medicines and follow hepatic diet. MAny people experiennce such symptoms but it teally pass in short time.
WIsh you good health.
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