This very interesting message was posted on another forum:
Six months ago, my “gallbladder" pains (I had my gallbladder removed four years ago) became so bad that I lost my will to eat, and was suffering severe panic attacks. I started taking something called Sermorelin for the pain and panic, and it helped a little.
Then finally, I found a G.I. doctor that ordered some tests instead of just telling me to take a PPI (though she said that, also...i think they all do).
The labs from my results came back with a separate G.I. disease that was, I quote: “believed to be caused by food allergies ". It wasn't in the liver area where most of my pain is, (they hadn't even scoped the liver area).
***As I have avoided my possible food allergens, my “gallbladder" pain has disappeared.***
It returns here and there when I reintroduce or try new foods. It is excruciating, discouraging, and terrifying. But I wonder if I never had gallbladder problems at all.