Can I Still Experience Gallbladder Pain Without A Gallbladder?
If you have had surgery to remove your gallbladder but are still experiencing gallbladder pain, this begs the question of, can a person still experience gallbladder symptoms without the gallbladder present?
Gallstones In The Common Bile Duct
Even if the gallbladder is not there, roughly 1 in 7 people who suffer from gallstones will see them develop in what is called the ‘common bile duct’. This is the small tube which carries bile from the gallbladder to the intestine. If you have a history of gallstones, it is highly plausible that you may experience a gallstone formation in the common bile duct, which is something that a gallbladder does not need to be present for.
Gallstones In The Liver
Remember, that bile is manufactured in the liver and gallstones may develop anywhere bile is manufactured, because gallstones are really crystallized bile and a toxic ‘acid’ environment solidifies the bile. So naturally, gallstones are going to develop in the billiary tubes that transport bile if the toxic conditions that generate gallstones continue after the surgery and if there exists gallstones in the liver prior to the surgery, since they will often move down the common bile dict and cause blockages and hence the gallbladder pain after surgery.
Gallbladder Removal Leads To Nutritional Deficiencies
The effect that removing the gallbladder has on the body is something to take note of. The bile that the gallbladder produces is still produced by the body. There is no place to store it however. This means that the bile is constantly being fed into the intestine. Theoretically, this should and/or could lead to digestive issues however many people live easy lives without the gallbladder as it is an organ that the body can live without.
However when you eat a meal high in fats, your body will not be able to produce enough bile to process it leaving the fat poorly digested. This can equate to diarrhea, bloating, nausea, or indigestion depending on a range of factors. Essential fatty acids such as omega-3s and omega-6s are going to be difficult to digest and fat soluble vitamins such as vitamins D, E, A, and K will be difficult to absorb. These are just some of consequences of removing the gallbladder. There are other conditions that continue after gallbladder removal surgery. To learn more visit: https://doctoreden.org/pain-after-gallbladder-surgery/
Addressing The Pain After Surgery
If you don’t absolutely need to have your gallbladder removed, to avoid all of this inconvenience, don’t remove it. There are a number of alternative non-surgical methods that can be used to address gallbladder pain. Removing it does not address the root cause and leaves your body open to feeling more pain in the future.
Lucky, there are effective means of easily detoxifying your liver via natural herbs that have been used by native cultures for centuries for the same purpose. The Pulverexx Protocol is such a program that helps to dissolve liver congestion and liver toxicity. It dissolves both types of galltones cholesterol and calcified gallstones that may be found anywhere bile is found, the liver, the billiary tubes, common bile duct and at the mouth of the pancreas. For more information visit https://doctoreden.org/gallbladder-treatment/