Diarrhea attack and no gallbladder

I read once an article that chronic diarrhea will likely to hit more on person without gallbladder, those that undergo gallbladder surgery either by open cholecystectomy or lap chole (laparoscopic cholecystectomy).

And yes, it is true.

Right after I was discharged from the hospital, I experienced stomach pain and diarrhea almost every morning – after breakfast.

This year, gladly the diarrhea occurred less. I only had one diarrhea last jan. 7, 2010. The next day, it was a fine day – no diarrhea attack. I hoped and thought that it will for good.
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After breakfast pain – without gallbladder

I woke up around 7 am because my 1-year old son woke me up. I carried him downstairs and gave to my wife. I already felt some pain in my stomach. I just thought it’s a normal hunger pain. So, I ate breakfast. But after I ate my breakfast, the pain did not subside but rather severed.

I went to rest room thinking it will help mellow the pain. But not.

I took an anti-diarrhea medicine and went back to bed to rest.
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