Your gallbladder was removed. Nowadays you experience stomach cramps and runs that are sudden. You're not alone. Just last year 700.000 Americans lost their gallbladders. This operation has medical term, cholecystectomy. By statistics that is medical, 15-20% of persons without gallbladder have some signs such as pain, gas, bloating, heartburn, nausea, constipation. Ten percent of people, that gallbladders were removed in the past have diarrhea. The reason behind diarrhea after gallbladder removal isn't clear. Some physicians believe that it results from a rise in bile, incoming to the intestine. As Bile acids, nausea or Bile acid malabsorption think that bile acids act as a laxative doctors call the diarrhea.