Eat Food After Surgery To Remove The Gallbladder?
Good afternoon,. Says aged 39 than Dan recently had laparoscopic surgery to remove the gallbladder. I may ask, what foods should I eat? Are there any fruits, foods or drinks that I should avoid? I like noodles, beef and spicy food. Am I permanently prohibited from consuming the food? Thank you in advance
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The gallbladder is an organ just below the liver that collects bile produced by the liver. Bile is released by the gallbladder into the small intestine after we eat, for digestion. Gallbladder removal surgery is a major surgery that can cause quite annoying pain. Mothers can also experience nausea and vomiting for 1-2 days after the operation is done. Most of the people do not experience digestive problems after this operation, so you can eat normally. What you may need to pay attention to is to limit your fat intake. As much as possible, reduce foods that are fried or contain coconut milk. Beef is also a food that contains lots of fat. If possible, limit your consumption of beef or you can choose parts of beef that contain less fat. Noodles also contain a lot of fat, especially when fried. It's best if you don't eat the noodles too often. For other foods, depending on the cause of your gallbladder removal. You can consult a doctor who treats you. If there is a fever, the skin or eyes look yellow, the abdominal pain gets worse, the stomach looks bulging, the nausea and vomiting don't go away, or you see pus in the wound, there may be complications after surgery. Immediately come to the nearest hospital emergency room or meet the surgeon who treats you.
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