What happens if you have too much bile?
When your body produces too much bile it increases the acidity in your digestive tract. It can cause diarrhea, loose stool, change in color of your stool, and your bile can enter your stomach from your intestine causing your stomach to become overly acidic. This can mimic symptoms of acid reflux. Acid reflux medication may temporarily ease symptoms, but ultimately will not work. To keep bile levels normal you can take prescription medications such as colestid.
If you eat too much fat in one day, you will not have enough bile to process all that fat. The result is that the fat will pass through your body without being processed, being expelled in oil form. If you consume too much fat you can put on weight and run the risk of cardiovascular disease and strokes.
You can still get gallstones, although they are less common after the removal of the gallbladder. Gallstones are caused by too much cholesterol or calcium in the bile your liver produces, which then can crystalize. Normally if they crystalize it happens in the gallbladder, but it could still happen in the ducts that connect your liver and your stomach.
Too much sex is too much good. Too much sex happens around the time of marriage, when partners meet after some separation for some time. Too much sex happens in extramarital affairs. Other times most people do not have too much sex because there is no too much excitement after novelty wears off. (Sexual addiction is rare and controversial.)