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Stomach feeling heavy, loss of appetite. Had gall bladder removal. On Darolac and Moza. Are the symptoms due to medication?

I am 50 yr old. My gallbladder was removed almost two yrs ago. I feel that my stomach seems heavy all the time and it feels pulled back, there is loss of appetite also. My doctor has prescribed Darolac ibs and moza. I was wondering if the loss of appetite is due to Darolac IBS. What are the after effects of this drug? I have been taking it for the last 6 days now.
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query.
Dolorac IBS is lactobacillus and it does not have this side effects.
Cause of loss of appetite might be due to some problem in the liver due to removal of gallbladder.
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Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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