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Stomach bloating, constipation. Gall bladder removal surgery done. History of Celiac disease. Treatment?

Hi, I got my gallbladder removed two years ago when I was thirteen. When I got out my surgeon said that I had a problem. He said that All of my insides were stuck together and also that my insides were hanging over some kind of a protecting wall. Ever since the surgery I have been constantly bloated (sometimes worse than others) and have had plenty of constipation problems. I also get really sharp pains around where my gallbladder was which hurt to he point where I can t breathe or move. My mom has plenty of diseases and one in particular is Celiac Disease(which I have already been checked for). I already have enough health problems that I know about. I just hate not knowing what is wrong with me and how to get rid of it. I also know that it is really hard to figure out stomach issues.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern looking to the over all history given here I could say that if you have history of gall bladder removed and have problem of bloating then this could be functional problem or in my opinion this need to be clinically examined the give history is so incomplete that it does not show the age and gender here and this is the main difficulty for us to advise in right way, have a nice day
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