4 weeks ago my daughter was diagnosed with gallstones. The surgeon made her wait over a week but finally removed her gallbladder. In the next week she developed nausea, became dehydrated with pain and went into the ER twice before a gastroeneorologist did an endoscopic sphincterotomy and found she also had pancreatitis. Her blood enzymes were very elevated. Now she has been home again for another 2 weeks but, still having burning, severe pain that passes with gurgling of ?, and diarreah. Her diet is bland and low fat with a little fiber. Her surgeon (who needs lessons in bedside manner) not the enterologist, gave a brochure to his asst. to tell her that she has IBS. Is this some sort of brush off by a doctor who is too busy to actually find the cause of her pain? Or is IBS a side effect of gallbladder/pancreatitis? I have driven 1100 miles to help her out and don't think she is getting proper care. Any thoughts by anyone here to help her out? Should I interfere?