DUMPING SYNDROME AFTER GALL BLADDER SURGERY
My last two jobs have had supervisors at least 20 yrs younger than myself that have also had their gall bladders removed, as has my newest daughter in law. All three have Dumping Syndrome. I think I would have put off my surgery maybe indefinitely if I had been told about it.
The only thing that I can think of that could have made that much difference is the fact that I take good probiotics. By good, unfortunately, I mean more expensive. I buy sometimes at a local chain store and sometimes online. If I am permitted to mention brands, I was taking a great probiotic when I got e coli, its expensive but good and they had it on sale for half price at that time where I order online. At my age I think that may have been the reason I got over it w/only 4 days of IV antibiotics in the hospital, the elderly and children are usually the 3 out of 10 that don't live over e coli. I have candida so I take more than suggested on the container. Newbies should start with 1 cap a day, taken at night. Acidophilis can make you have some gas at first as it digests some "stuff" that may have been hanging around in your colon fo a while. ACV basically does the same thing if you don't have a candida problem.
Acidophilis also gets rid of smelly gas problems, overnight, and should be passed out to employees at work, by law! Lol I hope this information will help others at this site. I have come to depend so much on this site for mine and family's ailments. I would be happy to answer questions addressed to my email at ladylauranwaco[at]grandenet.net.