I too have had hurrable issues with stomach pain & I had my gallbladder removed 13 yrs ago & deal with lose stools. I carred meds with me all the time. After I would eat I would end up in bathroom almost every time or hold my stomach from gut renching pain. But about 3 months ago I discoved digestive enzymes & my stomach pain is cut into 50 % less. Ive stoped taken all kinds of over the counter meds for stomach problems except once in while a little gas x. My life is so much better. I got the one pill that has 5 different enzymes in it. Each enzyme degist a different type food like 1for fat,1 for protein,1 for fiber,1 for milk, and I cant think of other off top of my head. But if u wish go to a health food store and get this digestive aid and see if it will help u like it has me. I just take 1or 2pills anytime I eat. And if I dont Im here to tell u I pay for it with pain every single time. Now ive learned to have the bottle right next to were I eat. If u dont know of place to buy and dont wont to mess with finding a place I have found & bought my digestive enzymes at a place called The vitimin shoppe and can order online. And last week after buying from there the last 3 months to my surprise I recived a coupon buy one get 2nd half off price. Dont know how offten they offer this discount but im for sure taking advantage of it this month. It will save me a bundle cause ive also started taken herbs & amino acids for other health issues that I discoved while resurching for stomach help. Well good luck I pray the degist enzymes im taken works for those still suffering from stomach type issues with your stomach after gallbladder removel.View Thread
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