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What are signs of gall bladder problems?
Below are common symptoms of gallbladder conditions:
- Severe abdominal pain
- Pain that may extend beneath the right shoulder blade or to the back
- Pain that worsens after eating a meal, particularly fatty or greasy foods
- Pain that feels dull, sharp, or crampy
- Pain that increases when you breathe in deeply
- Chest pain
- Heartburn, indigestion, and excessive gas
- A feeling of fullness in the abdomen
- Vomiting, nausea, fever
- Shaking with chills
- Tenderness in the abdomen, particularly the right upper quadrant
- Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes)
- Stools of an unusual color (often lighter, like clay)
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There are two typical gall bladder problems. One is cancer which is very rare. The other is gallstones. These 'stones' are actually hardened pieces of cholesterol and/or bilir…ubin that may block one of the cystic ducts or common bile ducts. These ducts are the tubes that allows bile to exit the gallbladder and enter the intestine. A blockage may cause a gnawing pain under the lower right part of the rib cage. If the pain is accompanied by chills and fever, it needs immediate medical attention. The usual treatment is surgery to remove the gallbladder.
to store the bile in our body
Bile is produced in the liver and is stored in the the gall bladder. When fatty foods move from the stomach into the small intestine, bile is released into the small intestine… to help digest the fat.
you can't eat fast food or fatty food only fat free food and a lots of fruits and vestable and lean meat and fish
drinking no water. Also holding in you pee for a long time
The urinary bladder collects and holds urine from the kidneys. The gall bladder holds and concentrates bile that is made in the liver, releasing it whenever fatty foods need …digesting.
It affects the emptying time of bile from the gallbladder (becoming slower). In may affect digestion
The human digestive system organ is the gall bladder.
Gall stones are indeed inside the gall bladder. They are buildups of cholesterol that over time bind together and form small 'stones' the size of small pebbles. About 60% of a…dults have gall stones and don't even know it. When fatty foods are eaten, the gall bladder contracts and squirts bile into the small intestine to aid in digestion. A person does not need to have a high cholesterol level to have gall stones. Sometimes, as the gall bladder contracts to squirt bile, a stone obstructs the small tube that goes from the gall bladder to the intestines. This is what causes the pain associated with gall bladder trouble. Many people will experience gall bladder pain once and never get the symptoms again in their lives. The only time for any real concern is if a person gets a fever and chills at the same time as gall bladder pain, as this can indicate an infection. Then a visit to the ER is in order. Gall Bladder pain is generally a gnawing pain just under the lower right ribs. It tends to last from 1 to 2 hours and occurs after having eaten.
No, it is not a problem. Gall bladder is an organ which stores bile in it.
Humans have one gall bladder.
Many people need to have their gall bladders removed. You can live without your gall bladder. See the related link below for information about the conditions that lead to surg…ery, the surgery, the recovery and much more information on the topic.
Yes they do. Gall bladders in cattle operate the same way as itwould in humans.
No, it stores bile which was was made in the liver and secreted and kept there until needed by the body for digestion.
Different bladder problems will have different signs to look for. Difficulty urinating, urinating too often, pain when urinating, and urine leakage (during times like coughing… or laughing for example) would all be general signs connecting to a problem worth checking out.
obviously. the function of gall bladder is to store bile which is secreted by liver. but we have only one gall bladder.
The likelihood of gallstones is higher in people who areoverweight. Eating too much fat and cholesterol and not enoughfiber seems to play a role. If you're overweight, try to …lose theextra weight; but do it slowly. Crash diets can themselves causerelated problems, leading to gallstones. Whether or not you are at risk for gallstones, it's always a goodidea to keep your body at a healthy weight and eat a diet that islow in fat, moderate in calories, and high in fiber. . All of the following are healthy foods for your gallbladder, aswell as the rest of your body: Fresh fruits and vegetables legumes, nuts and seeds Whole grains (whole-wheat bread, brown rice, oats, etc.) Lean meat, poultry, and fish Low-fat dairy products