We see gall bladder disease all the time. It's important to get to the root of the issue. In our case, we see it as a result of chronic intestinal inflammation in celiac disease. The inflammation blocks release of bile so it backs up. Dietary change to a gluten-free diet usually fixes the problem if gluten is the cause of the inflammation - unfortunately more often than not physicians will cut out the gall bladder and later think of celiac when the person doesn't improve.
Hope this helps.
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