yes, i also have gallbladder issues - or have in the past - believed to be due to lyme.
Dr Burrascano says a large number of his Lyme patients have gall bladder issues - and even worked with a local doctor to test the gall bladders removed from 4 of his patients - all 4 were infected with BB spirochetes, 2 confirmed by culture, 2 confirmed by PCR.
he talks about this in his Norvect presentation on youtube in 2014
he thinks perhaps the environment there suits Borrelia in some way that makes this a preferred site of infection.
i had issues resurface again recently - but after 2 liver flushes - the ultrasound was completely clear/normal so i don't actually know the reason for my recent niggles.
i also had a gastroscopy a year or so ago and they found gastritis and again no reason for it identified, but it does fit with Bartonella. the Same Lyme doc says that Bart is the next most common cause for gastritis after H.Pylori.
both bart and h.pylori suppress stomach acid production and in doing so i think suppress pancreatic function also. but people who are chronically ill with any sort of long term condition may have dysfunction of both of these independently in any case. supplements can help - eg Betaine HCL and pancreatic enzymes - if this is the case
Was wondering wt did u use as a liver flush something natural? I have a liver cyst and my doc says it can be a type of tapeworm is liver cyst form so a flush may benefit me.