Someone can possibly suffer from diarrhea once they have gone under surgical gallbladder removal. Diarrhea is a common digestive problem that happens after the surgery because the gallbladder is no longer in the body to store the gall. Instead, the gall directly drips into the small intestines and this change in the body causes diarrhea. According to a study, 5 out of 100 patients suffer from diarrhea within 3 months after the surgical gallbladder removal. In order to prevent and care for diarrhea and other digestive problems, there are food and beverages that patients should avoid. So, what foods to avoid after gallbladder removal?