I did search it with little luck. I found this
“The term “inactive inflammation” represents a condition with an increase in lymphocytes and plasma cells without granulocytes or any epithelial damage. The term “active inflammation” designates tissues in which granulocytes, cryptitis, or crypt abscesses as well as erosive defects or ulcers were seen.”
I was WAY worse after the GB surgery, better now but still have those days. Still having cramping and on occasion pretty bad upper left pain (new since GB surgery). They gave me Levbid to put under my tongue for cramping. I guess it's working, sometimes my cramps just stop anyway. I'd say it took 6 months before I felt like I could function again, I hope it doesn't take you that long!
I do have an appt with a GI that specializes in the biliary system (October), as I feel this is the problem. On my good days I want to say I'm fine but then of course it can all come crashing down. My GB was 0% EF too, but I don't feel like it needed to come out. Why? Maybe something was causing it to not function, plus I felt better with it! I think it may have worked some times.
I lost 40lbs but I've been holding steady at my current weight a month or so. I never once thought I had cancer, but that nurse is always noting after a test that I don't have it. I wonder why she says it like I am acting like I have cancer! I honestly think it's biliary.