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warning symptoms of gall bladder issues?

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Dr. Roy Arnold
46 years experience Internal Medicine
Intolerance: to fatty foods, right upper quadrant abdominal pain radiating to back or right shoulder, bloating. Thanks for trusting HealthTap!
Answered on Nov 12, 2014
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Dr. Carrie Cannon
32 years experience Family Medicine
Biliary colic: Intermittent acute biliary colic which is usually a steady gripping or gnawing pain in the right upper abdomen near the ribcage or some under sternum with radiation to the upper back lasting one to several hours. Usually occurs hours after eating or awakens at night. May have nausea and vomiting. Not relieved by passing gas, change in position, pain killers OTC. Fatty, large meals may trigger.
Answered on Oct 30, 2014

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