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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 to your back and come in waves.
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Pain in right side right below rib cage. Pain can radiate to the back, and up to the right shoulder blade. Pain right below your rib cage, and it would radiate to your back…. when breathing it makes the pain way worse, anything you do doesn't help not even Antibiotics or rubbing it. pain in the right upper side of the abdomenjaundiceindigestionvomitingnauseabloating of the abdomendiscomfortpain when ingesting fatty foodfeversweatingsevere pain attacks The gall bladder symptoms are that one will feel very run down and tired. Additionally, one can feel a lot of pain, that generally starts in the head area and have trouble breathing. having abdominal pains and feeling nausea am and some bile
The symptoms of a gallbladder attack are usually sharp stabbing pains. Although the gallbladder is located on the right side of the torso, the pains often radiate througho…ut the chest area, resembling a heart attack. Pains are usually worse after eating. Gallbladder attacks can also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting of bile, excessive belching and abdominal pain. A strong pain under the right rib. Sometimes in the back too. Gallbladder problems are made worse when you're constipated and don't eat enough greens, like salads. Stop eating heavy fatty foods like meat, diary and carbs for a few days and eat more salads and water. It'll help your body to cope with any stones naturally. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Symptoms of chronic gallbladder disease can vary, some people have all of the symptoms; some have a few symptoms; and others have no symptoms at all. People who have NO symptoms are not exempt from having gallbladder disease; and their stones or their blockage may show up until other health testing is done. Gallbladder attacks are most often set-off by a gallstone becoming lodged in the duct; attacks can be quiet painful, even unbearable. Stones can be any size to cause a blockage; including those that are very tiny in size; the size of a grain of sand. These tiny 'grains of sand' tend to glom together and plug the duct. Some gallstones can be larger than a golf ball. As a result, the symptoms of an attack can result in complaints consisting of nausea; dry heaves; vomiting; gas; diarrhea; and/or a chronic low-grade fever. The type and degree of pain can also vary; pain can be mild to severe: sharp; stabbing; burning; shooting or a dull ache, and the pain can be in any number of areas or one area of the body: pain on the right side, front of body: under the armpit; at the bottom of ribcage; abdominal area near the appendix, or just above the right leg; in the back; under the right shoulder blade, or between the shoulder blades; right and left sides, front of body: upper chest; mid-ribcage area; or center of chest below the breast bone, or the stomach. The gallbladder is located just below the breast bone on the right side and joined to the liver. Attacks can sometimes happen suddenly after a large or fatty meal or for no apparent reason at all; most attacks happen at night; they effect more women than men; many symptoms mimic a stomach virus or an ulcer; the symptoms can be due to a sluggish live, or the bile duct flow is impaired in some way; pain can vary from person to person, as listed above; pain can be felt in a number of places, also as listed above ; the frequency and the severity of the pain can vary; the duration and time between the gallbladder attacks can also vary; stool color can be light to a chalky colored; and the symptoms can continue long after the gallbladder has been removed. There are other things which can cause gallbladder inflammation and stones: such as; family history; smoking; diet; high cholesterol; food allergies; birth control pills; estrogen therapy; pregnancy; infections; hepatitis; and hypothyroidism. There are things which can mimic a gallbladder attack or a gallbladder attach can mimic other health issues: an fluctuation in the body's natural bile salts; a mild heart attack or angina; sever indigestion or an ulcer; liver disease; back spasms; even some symptoms from COPD can mimic a gallbladder attack; and yet as stated earlier; there are times when there are NO symptoms of a gallbladder issue.
Different people have different symptoms. The most common are abdominal pain and back pain. Other symptoms and ones I had are chest pains, pressure, burping, dizziness, …acid reflux and so on. My life was turned upside down for more than a year. My doctors over looked a bad gallbladder until I asked for the tests. The gallbladder did not have gall stones but the radioactive test showed my functioning at 10%. My Doctor removed it laporascopically and I feel much better each day. It was removed only 2-1/2 weeks ago and I feel like a new person. My Doctor did a great job. He said the biopsy showed I've had a non functioning gallbladder for a long time. Good luck
Specific symptoms may vary based on what type of gallbladder condition you have, although many symptoms are common among the different types of gallbladder problems. But m…ost gallbladder symptoms start with pain in the upper abdominal area, either in the upper right or middle. 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) Some gallbladder problems, like simple gallstones that are not blocking the cystic duct, often cause no symptoms at all. They're most often discovered during an X-ray to diagnose another condition, or even during an abdominal surgery. The gallbladder doesn't seem like such a big deal until it's causing you severe pain. If you spot the symptoms of gallbladder trouble, head to your doctor for a diagnosis and prompt treatment to get your digestive tract running smoothly again. abdominal pain, usually in the the right upper abdomen that comes & goes & is worse after eating fatty/greasy food, abdominal fullness, heartburn, clay-colored stools, excess gas, nausea & vomiting, a yellow tint to the whites of the eyes, & fever.
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.
Abdominal pain shortly after eating is the most common presenting symptom. Especially fatty meals.
Typical symptoms of gallbladder disease: 1. pain, described as sharp and steady usually at the right upper quadrant but may be located on the back between the shoulder blades …or on the right shoulder, usually after eating rich meals high in fat; positive Murphy's sign ; 2. low grade fever; and 3. jaundice (yellowing of skin or eyes).
A bad gallbladder can cause many negative symptoms in a person. There is usually pain after eating anything greasy or spicy. There may also be pain that radiates from the …front or sides to the back. Symptoms can also include vomiting or diarrhea.
abdominal pain, vomiting, jaundice,fatigue, anorexia
When symptoms are evident, the most common is pain in the upper right portion of the abdomen, underneath the right ribcage. Patients with gallbladder cancer may also report sy…mptoms such as nausea, vomiting, weakness, jaundice, skin itching.
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.
Gallbladder problems are difficult to detect until an attack occurs. When this happens the person suffering the attack with feel extreme sharp pain in their back between thei…r shoulders, sides, and other parts of the body.
Symptoms include pain under the right side of the rib cage, Severe upper abdominal pain, Nausea, Queasiness, Vomiting, Gas, and Burping. These symptoms usually occur at night …and can last from 15 minutes to 15 hours at a time.
Thousands of people have symptoms of gall bladder problems. Most of these people do not have a serious complication, however it is possible that certain symptoms could be a si…gn of cancer.
Symptoms of gallbladder disease include things that release gas or air from your bodies, such as burping or belching. Other symptoms include heartburn and constipation, these …are all early symptoms. Also, watch for dark urine. Gallbladder disease is a term for dysfunctional bile ducts.
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