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This is PCS, or post cholecystectomy
PCS is when there is persistence of the gall bladder symptom, or when there is development of new symptoms following cholecystectomy.
The pain of PCS can be due to two causes - directly related to the surgical complications, like remaining stone, biliary injury, dysmotility and choledococyst. These would have been ruled out by the tests you have done.
The other problem is due to loss of the reservoir function of the gall bladder, which causes direct leakage of bile contiuously to the intestines. This can cause gastritis and esophagitis.
I would advise - consult your surgeon again and ask about PCS. Medicines like PPI's - pantaprazole etc can help in this. Also take small, light and frequent meals, this is most important for PCS.
Discuss with your surgeon instead of going to the ER, ask about PCS.
Hope this shows you the way forward - wish you good health and a quick recovery.
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