posted on Sep, 3 2011 @ 03:56 PM
Just had a buddy get his removed. He was in severe pain for months before it got to that point. As long as anything isn't likely to rupture, you
could hold off a while, seeing if you're in too much pain to function, like most eventually get that need theirs removed. That buddy also mentioned
that while the doctors told him that he could go right back to eating the way he used to, he is finding that to be a bunch of horse ploppy.
The thing is that the gall bladder helps with breaking down fats. When you no longer have one, you get the schiltz. Some, like my buddy, are finding
that certain foods do not taste the same, that certain seasonings cause pain when ingested, and things like that. But as far as food allergens are
concerned, you can develope those later in life with or without any random surgery (As I did. Cannot use Corriander (rye bread, all colas, most curry
mixes, things that use corriander as a colorant--all of which are things I ate and drank since I was a small kid.) .