On April 2nd, I had a dermoid cyst removed from

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Q: On April 2nd, I had a dermoid cyst removed from my right ovary. Then, on April 15th, I had my gall bladder removed. Both were laparoscopic surgeries. I am still not able to eat, due to severe nausea. No vomiting has occurred, but I have severe diarrhea after eating anything, even fat-free foods. I am also still have the same pain as before the surgery, right in the middle of my abdomin (which I was told is usually pain caused by the gall bladder). I am taking 1000mg of Tylenol and 800mg of Ibuprofen every eight hours. Do you think I should go get help? Or is this considered "normal"?

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