Its been my experience with others that after having the gall bladder removed, it was difficult to drink any alcohol without getting acid reflux or feeling nauses. It was also noted that the tolerance level was much less in that they felt drunk after a few sips or one drink of an alcoholic beverage. If they drank beyond what the body could tolerate, the patient was hugging the toilet all night long. This could be a blessing in disguise. If the body rejects it, leave it alone! Is it really that important?
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