You should all look into Celiac Disease. This is an allergy to gluten and Dr’s don’t seem to know anything about it. I have been going to a GI specialist for over 3 years and they told me everything from Irritable bowel syndrome to stress. Finally after a Hida Scan, they found out that my gall bladder was mal-functioning. Without trying to find out why, they took out my gall bladder. I have been feeling worse with the same pain as everyone else is complaining about. My boss said she thought I looked like someone else she knew who had Celiac — I’ve lost weight since the surgery, look pale and sickly. I started researching Celiac and I have so many of the symptoms it is unreal. (Although you can have Celiac and not have symptoms, also the symptoms vary from person to person.) I got a blood test done last Friday to test for this and am waiting to get results. In my research for Celiac disease I found out that if Celiac disease is undiagnosed in an adult it can lead to gall bladder malfunction and gall stones. Bingo! The gall bladder is removed but the problems persist or become worse. Abdominal surgery (such as gall bladder removal) can also activate Celiac if you have it. It is genetic, you’re born with it but different things can set it off. Celiac is one of the most underdiagnosed diseases. Research shows that as many as 1 in 133 people could have it. However, only 1 in 4,000 get diagnosed properly. Honestly, do yourself a favour and research Celiac disease. Reading through different threads regarding gall bladder surgery, I have noticed a few other people who have made the connection. They were tested and diagnosed for Celiac and are now living a happy, pain free life on a gluten-free diet. Isn’t that worth looking into? Very best wishes to all of you.