Side Effects of Having Your Gallbladder Removed?

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Reduction in the secretion of bile is one of the side effects of having your gallbladder removed. The aftermath of this is rushing to the bathroom immediately after eating. Gallbladder removal may be an absolute medical necessity only if it is diseased, ruptured or otherwise sick.
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