Re: does anyone get night time nausea
I know that for years I have suffered from nighttime pain, gas and nausea and just recently was diagnosed with gall stones and am waiting for surgery to remove it. I've been doing a lot of research and asking a lot of questions and I've been told multiple times that after having your gallbladder removed people often experience similar symptoms for the rest of their lives if they eat greasy foods, chocolate, fat, eggs, etc. Anything that would irritate you when you had gall stones. The only real benefit of the surgery is you know longer have the chance of getting an infection and possibly dying if you pass a large stone.
I would definitely inquire about whether the lesions have reformed though. It's best to cover all of your bases when it comes to your health. You can never be too careful.