ok, what i am saying is that this is a paper for school. do the reading. . .write the paper based on your research. don't depend on anecdotal evidence. people do get gallstones again even after their gallbladders have been removed. they can form and get caught in the common ducts. that is why i am telling you to look up the pathophysiology of how gallstones form in the first place. some dietary restrictions can prevent future formation of them later on after their removal.
i had my gallbladder removed over 30 years ago. before surgery if i didn't follow a low fat diet i suffered terribly, but it was because the stones were blocking the bile from getting out of the gallbladder causing muscle spasm which led to the gallbladder attacks. some people, however, have cholecystitis with or without gallstones. symptoms may or may not be different. after surgery, i was told to eat whatever i want. i worked on surgical units and the surgeons told most of the chole patients the same thing. i have since had bypass and colectomy surgeries. the only time diarrhea comes knocking on my door is if i don't eat enough fiber and my intestinal track is at least 1/4 shorter than yours and i am a chronic acid maker and have to be on an h2 inhibitor. [i really have a messed up gi system.]