When I had my gall bladder yanked out, I had some strange digestive issues for a while after surgery. In fact to be honest they never have completely gone away, and I was told before hand that such things may happen. Things got better over time, for sure, but the gall bladder is something we're supposed to have if it's working the way it should. If you don't have it, there are things you have to live with. It'll take the body a couple months to adjust, or at least that's my experience. Then things will start getting better.
I was also told that some people do not have "digestive issues" after a few months, so hopefully you're one of those lucky ones.
But if you're not you may have to be pretty careful about
eating fatty foods in particular from now on. For example, I can't go on a road trip and eat a greasy burger and expect not to have to stop once or twice down the road. Also, I have found that going without eating for a long time will give me trouble when I do finally eat, whether the meal was fatty or not. So I stick with smaller, more frequent meals or I just deal with what happens. It's not horrible or anything...more of an inconvenience I guess.
Since this is the GERD forum I should also say that having the gall bladder out didn't do much for my acid reflux problems. Your mileage may vary.
Sorry to hear about
your reaction to the anesthesia. Sounds like they're looking after you pretty well, though.