I just happened to come across your post today. I was doing a google search on females with no gallbladder and excessive burping issues. Lately I have also been waking up with stomach cramps because I have to go to the bathroom, but the urge doesn't wake me up in the night. I was contemplating seeing a GI doctor. I was told when I had the gallbladder removed that all of my upset stomach and burping symptoms would go away but I think they only got worse. I am sure I am not properly digesting my food. I am unable to drink things like coffee or apple juice on an empty stomach without having to run to bathroom. Any suggestions on what I should do would be appreciated. Thanks
I found this during my search and your symptoms sound like the same as mine with the same tests being performed and no results. I don't know if you will get this after all this time but so want to know if, 4 years later, you are still struggling with this problem? Did you ever find help or a cause for it? It is so unbelievably annoying and I don't really know where to turn for relief. I hope you get this and can get back to me at ***@**** if possible. Thanks...
If you want to flush out your intestines as well as imporve digestion, you can also buy some concentrated chlorophyll (doesn't taste the best but, hey...). Make sure the digestive enzymes are good ones...don't cheap out on those. Ok...I'm rambling. I'll just tell you what I would take if I was you: a) a good probiotic b) digestive enzymes and c) chlorophyll (chlorophyll also repairs any soft tissue damage that you might have). Ok, I am going to stop before I end up writing a (very random) novel. Hope something in here helps you.
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