About a year ago, I had my gallbladder removed after I developed gallstones. Shortly after, I started experiencing horrible gastritis. I had an upper endoscopy about ten months ago, and my gastroenterologist told me nothing was wrong. Since then, both my surgeon and a dietician have looked at the images from the procedure and told me that it looks like I have bile reflux, which seems to present as a greenish-yellow substance in my stomach. It may also be worth noting that I vomited what appears to be bile a couple of weeks ago. When I spoke to my gastroenterologist, however, he told me (quite rudely, I might add) that this was normal and that I had nothing to worry about. I'm currently looking into getting a second opinion, but is my gastroenterologist wrong?