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I just recently had my gall bladder removed. I am doing fine, but I am just wondering about eating afterward and if anyone has had any experiences with gall-bladder removal that they could share with me. It has been 4 days since the operation and I find that I continue to feel nausea after eating solid foods. I was told to expect this in the first couple of days, but it seems like it isn't really going away. Is this something anyone else has had experience with? If so, when were you able to eat comfortably again?
I've been eating jello, chicken noodle soup, and a home-made tomato sauce with mild italian spices on whole wheat noodles. I feel nausea after eating all of these things. It's fine if I drink apple juice or water. I am also taking medicine for pain, which could be contributing to the nausea. Is there anything you were able to eat that was totally fine?
As an aside, I have to watch what I eat as I also have IBS and can't digest a lot of foods. If anyone has any good low-fat, dairy free and red-meat free recipes they could share with me I would really appreciate it