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Stomach pains in the higher portion of your right side. Nasuea, Diarrhea. Some cases, vomiting.
You need to watch your diet, fatty foods will be extremely limited.
Cholecystitis is inflammation of the gall bladder. Cholecystitis usually presents as a pain in the right upper quadrant. This is usually a constant, severe pain. Th…e pain may be felt to 'refer' to the right flank or right scapular region at first. This is usually accompanied by a low grade fever, vomiting and nausea. More severe symptoms such as high fever, shock and jaundice indicate the development of complications such as abscess formation, perforation or ascending cholangitis. Another complication, gallstone ileus, occurs if the gallbladder perforates and forms a fistula with the nearby small bowel, leading to symptoms of intestinal obstruction. Chronic cholecystitis manifests with non-specific symptoms such as nausea, vague abdominal pain, belching, diarrhea One of the symptoms are that you will feel pain in the upper half of the belly after eating meals. The pain might spread to the blade of the shoulder and can hurt more after meals. People that suffer from this type of disease have not any main symptoms or may have none.
Gallbladder symptoms can come and go or be constant. You should check with your doctor to see if they can do an ultrasound of your abdomen to see if there are gallstones. If n…o gallstones but you are still having problems you might want to see a Gastroenterologist (GI) doctor.
Symptoms of gallbladder problems include a burning, red hot pain in your upper abdomen on your right side from slightly under your rib. This pain may also radiate around t…o your back and come in waves.
Probably. It helps digest fats.
The five most common symptoms are: fever, cough, shortness of breath, cyanosis (blue discolouration of lips and fingers) and haemoptysis I.e. coughing blood
There are some animals that have evolved to not have a gallbladder - the horse is probably the most commonly encountered of these animals. The horse doesn't need… a gallbladder - the function of the gallbladder is to store up bile between meals for digestion after the consumption of a meal. As horses have evolved to graze and eat almost constantly throughout the day, they don't have "meals" for the gallbladder to store up bile between and they evolved to not have a gallbladder.
Damaged heart tissue send may send pain signals up and down the spinal cord, causing pain in the neck, shoulder, jaw, and ear. If you often feel nauseated or faint and have t…rouble taking deep breaths while at rest, your heart is probably not getting enough oxygen to pump blood efficiently into the brain.
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The most well-known symptom of a gall bladder attack is pain or discomfort in the abdomen, particularly after eating food. Other symptoms can include jaundice, nausea or vomi…ting.
Gallbladder attack symptoms include moderate to severe pain under the rib cage. pain that radiates to the back or the right shoulder, or severe upper abdominal pain. Other sym…ptoms can be nausea, vomiting, gas, and burping.
WebMD is a very comprehensive website dedicated to providing information on a variety of medical conditions and illnesses, including gallbladder problems.
Symptoms of liver problems include yellowish skin and eyes, abdominal pain or swelling, dark urine, pale or bloody or tar-colored stool, chronic fatigue, nausea, and loss of a…ppetite.