Truth – Anxiety Problems After Gallbladder Removal. What’s Going Wrong?

Many patients list ‘Anxiety’ , ‘Stress’ and ‘depression’ as problems developed  Postcholecystectomy . Surgeons refuses to disclose this and many other Postcholecystectomy  complication risks as it would expose the truth about likely health risks being recorded as 40% Listen to what patients have to say. See below links to articles on possible causes also.

Note: searching through thousands of posts on Anxiety after gallbllader removal, this is the only answer backed by medical opinion

Key: Continual bile flowing from liver with out a Gallbladder collection and concentration function presenting when food leaves the stomach is key understanding why so many PCS problems occur. Stomach problems include; Bile reflux, bile gastritis, IBS, acid reflux and cancer of the throat and esophagus.

Patient X

I’ve had anxiety since I was a child and at times in my life it’s flared up and down but since having my gallbladder removed 3 weeks ago I’ve had severe anxiety and depression and can’t sleep. Anyone else have this?

Patient Y

The other day–I had to go to the er bc I was having a super anxiety attack. I don’t have anxiety. I’m pretty sure it was gb related. I’m 5 months PO. My heart was beating fast, my thoughts were racing and my pupils were dilated. The dr gave me a big shot of Xanax, and it didn’t help! I went home, went to bed and woke up with the feeling for the most part of the next day. I was unable to eat for 4 days–I had no appetite. I’m not sure if it was from sugar, or ham—maybe both in the same day….oh—and I had to pee back to back for these 4 days. Today is the first day I’m feeling a little better. Does anyone else get anxiety like attacks?

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