froglegs Posted January 26, 2014 Share Posted January 26, 2014 For the last few months, I've been experiencing gallbladder attacks. Last week I had an ultrasound that confirmed some kind of irregularity in my gallbladder (gallstone or polyp, increased wall thickness) and possibly some resulting pancreas unhappiness, so I've been referred to a gastroenterologist. I'm on day 24 of my whole 30 (my 2nd, 1st was a year and a half ago before I became pregnant). This time around I've modified it to accommodate my symptoms, eliminating eggs (major trigger) and trying to replace most fats with coconut fat, which doesn't seem to aggravate my gallbladder. It doesn't take much anymore to trigger an attack - my last one happened after a small handful of pecans. In anticipation of seeing a gastroenterologist for the first time, I'm wondering what kinds of experiences others have had, and what GI docs tend to think about Whole30. I like this way of eating and I'm hoping I don't encounter resistance. I don't see how going back to eating grains, etc. is going to help with my issues. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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