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Had chronic diarrhoea, nausea, vomitting, bloating, pain, weakness. Had gallbladder removed. Small brown spots on neck, chest. Suggestions?

I had been ill for months with chronic diarrhea nausea vomiting bloating pain weakness and fatigue first scan showed an enlarged liver with a possible cysts after several months of tests colonoscopy blood test etc they stated I had colitis and hepatitis a .....nothing made sense nothing was getting better after my 5th trip to the emergency room I was refered to a surgeon...last Wednesday they did an ultrasound and hyda scan which showed a polyp on my gallblader and that it was functioning at only 6% went in to surgery the same day to remove my gallbladder. Almost a week and still not feeling better then this morning I noticed several small brown spots on my neck and chest.....should this concern me?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Feb 2018
Hi. Removing the gall bladder with a polyp was a good decision , but it may not have any relation to the problems you were suffering from. Small brown spots can be due to drug reaction of mild nature. chronic diarrhea, nausea , vomiting and associated symptoms still needs a different investigations and treatment. What is the report of stool test? You can think of some food or beverages enhancing your problems and stop them to see the results.
Answered: Sat, 4 Jan 2014
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