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Gallbladder Nausea Loss Of Appetite
Yes: Gallstones may cause cholecyctitis, which is an inflammation of the gallbladder. Because of this inflammation someone can experience nausea, pain in the right upper abdomen, and even pain radiation the the shoulder blade or middle back. If you suspect you may have stones it is important the be evaluated by a doctor. Gallstones may block ducts and cause serious issues such as pancreatitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The gallbladder is a sac-like structure located under the right lobe of the liver. It is attached to the common bile duct via the cystic duct. The gallbladder can store bile when the bile is not needed, and can squeeze bile into the bile duct and intestine for digestion when a person eats larger ...Read more
Pregnancy and : A multitude of other conditions. See a doctor for a physical exam. ...Read more
RECURRENT STOMACH PAIN AND BLOATING / Excessive stomach gases which is causing loss of appetite and weight loss.....?
I do not: think you can determine if headaches are "frontal lobe" in nature. If you mean headaches in the front of your head the most common cause is sinusitis! The loss of appetite/nausea are probably UNRELATED! In any case at age 25 these are most likely NOT serious complaints...seek the advice of your PCP (primary Care Provider) and BTW get your eyes checked as well! Dr Z ...Read more
Loss of appetite, weak, lethargic, nauseous after eating, stomach pains in right middle side. Occasional vomiting of stomach acid. Any ideas?
Get checked,,: This should be checked out. There might be an issue with the pancreas causing this or some ulcer like a duodenal ulcer. Or it might be an eating/behavior disorder like bulimia. Regardless it is important to see your doctor to find out as you're young and can avoid serious damage if you take care of this now. Good luck! ...Read more
These are symptoms: of depression, but could be caused by a myriad of physical conditions, which need to be addressed and eliminated first. Start with a visit to your MD, then after that, follow his/her recommendations for further care. You're 16. This is an age of great turmoil--socially, academically, personally. You might need some support to get through it. Hang in there--all adults have done this. ...Read more
Many things: Just being pregnant can cause all of these symptoms. There are a lot of hormonal and metabolic changes occurring. If excessive though, you need to be evaluated to see if some other condition is occurring that could cause these symptoms. ...Read more
Liver pain after eating. gall bladder removed last year. Fatigue, depression, loss of appetite. 165lb.loosing weight. No fever. Fatty liver? No ETOH.
Gave birth 2 years ago, gallbladder removal..Now loss of appetite, bad nausea after every meal, can't keep meal in long after I eat for last 7 months?
U Need 2 C a GI Dr.: The symptoms that you are describing are not typical of someone who has had their gallbladder removed & is likely unrelated. They are also of such severity and chronicity that you should make an appointment to see a gastroenterologist. They will likely recommend upper endoscopy to look for any abnormalities that may be causing your problems. I hope you get better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had gallbladder removed 5 weeks ago. Having sharp pain under ribcage in front, nausea, fever, stomach pain, diarrhea, night sweats, loss of appetite.?
See gastroenterology: Even though your gall badder was removed, it is possible to develop and try to pass more stones. A GI doctor can use a scope to get small stones out. If your fever gets above 101 or you can't keep anything down, go to the er. It is a little too long after the surgery to develop complications but strange things can happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can gallbladder disease cause loss of appetite for weeks? I don't have much abdominal pain, but more of a full feeling in upper abdomen.
What can cause upper right abdomen pain, flushing, fatigue, vomiting and loss of appetite in a 29 year old woman. With no gallbladder or appendex?
Pain in right abdome: The right upper abdomen contains several organs including the liver, right adrenal gland, kidney, part of the stomach, the duodenum, part of the colon. Any of these organs could contribute to these symptoms. See your doctor. After taking a history and examining you, they will likely order blood work and check some tests that could include a ct scan, UGI endoscopy, colonoscopy, and x-rays. ...Read more
19y having loss of appetite, fatigue, littlebit dizziness, baffled concentration,buzzing intestine,sometime gallbladder pain . Yellow sand like stool with lightbrown color underneath when it drops?
Not normal: Not normal. See your MD for evaluation and testing. ...Read more
Had persistent nausea. Had gallbladder out. 1 week post-op, still loss off appetite and nausea. Zofran (ondansetron) doesn't always help.
Watchful waiting: Maybe the nausea was never related to the gallbladder or it is related to the operation itself. For now, just need to wait. If it persists for another 3-6 months, see a GI doctor for a consult. Could be sphincter of oddi dysfunction, gastroparesis, or even gerd. Hope it gets better! ...Read more
Fullnes above belly button, nausea, occasional burning, weight loss, no appetite. Tired, what could this be? No gallbladder. Endoscopy scheduled.
Im 29. Gallbladder removed 2 months ago. Bouts of nausea, bright yellow stool, and lost 8 lbs. Was 115 now 107. Sometimes no appetite. Advice? Normal?
GB. Nausea: Your symptoms of nausea after gb surgery imply either a postop problem or a second condition. Your yellow stools may be related to the altered bile circulation which should improve. Stones in the bile duct usually cause gray (acholic) stools. At the least, i would consider liver function tests and an ultrasound. Probably best to call your doc. ...Read more
What can this no appetite, nausea, vomits after eating. Going on last two weeks. Blood, urine, MRI are ok. Gallbladder ok too.
Stomach?: I would be concerned about an ulcer especially one at the junction of the stomach and duodenum. I assume your pancreatic blood tests were normal. Another thought would be gastroparesis or "poor emptying of the stomach." a thorough gastrointestinal evaluation should be considered. ...Read more
I have a 14mm stone in my gallbladder past few years I have periods of nausea , vomiting , no appetite and feeling really sick i also get chills and feel cold and shake it lasts for a few days but no severe pain just uncomfortable seems to be after i
See a surgeon: Gallbladder attacks can cause more nausea and GI upset than pain. Temporary recovery can follow attacks but frequent episodes can lead to scarring, making gallbladder surgery more difficult. Diabetics are especially prone to this. The gallstone isn't as important a sign as your symptoms. See your surgeon, see if the gallbladder wall is thicker or you're more tender since the last ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My gram had gallbladder out 1/26. Since then WBC 45000 RBC 7 albumin low. Drain in place draining bile or infection. No appetite. Nausea CHF. Dx?
Bed Abscess: Frequently on removal of GB from liver, the bed of the dissection will continue to drain bile due of open and partially transected bile ducts. If the collection incompletely drained, infection develops in the collection of bile. A sono will reveal residual collection and may require drain replacement and cultures to define organisms and proper antibiotics. ...Read more
Prior gallbladder issues, now light headedness nausea loose stools confusion lost of weight/appetite and bruising on my legs. Any thoughts on this?
Many things: Shannon, this could be so many things. It may or may not be related to gallbladder issues. Please see your doc to begin finding answers. ...Read more
Insidious onset of low back pain, no radicular signs but assoc with mild nausea and lack of appetite. Can LBP be referred from gallbladder? Have sonogram that shows 3 gall polyps, 3, 5, 6 mm.
Back pain: If pain is mid to lower back on right side gallstone could be responsible but usually more behind right shoulder blade. The nausea and lack of appetite is concerning especially if this is after a high fat or high protein meal. See your provider. May need abd CT and labs. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have gallbladder disease with an ER of 14%. I occasionally have nausea and vomiting. My concern is that I always feel hungry and the need to eat constantly. Hair loss as well. Thyroid checked out fine. Could it be from the gallbladder?
25, F. Rt side/RUQ pain ~6mo. Normal right side abd u/s, Dr thought gall bladder problem. pain moderate, persistent, crampy. Nausea, no appetite, bloated. Frustrated, what else should be checked, or is this something I just have to live with?
Mgt.: A virtual consult may be helpful as a second opinion and labs may be ordered as indicated. Have you had additional lab testing.? ...Read more
I had my gall bladder removed a month ago. It went okay for a while now I have diarea and lack of appetite along with nausea at night?
Gallbladder surgery: Post gb surgery you have to monitor your diet. 5-10/100 will have post surgery diarrhea/ dumping. A high fat diet,caffeine, dairy, sweets may result in diarrhea. it may be as a result of increased bile in GI tract .Sometimes meds that absorb bile like Questran (cholestyramine) are useful. May be change in flora of intestine,so probiotics may be of some use.Also maybe retained stonne /infection. See a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sudden and frequent, painful bowel movements (20+). yelllow, 'stringy' like mucus. low energy, loss of concentration. nausea daily. duration 3yr+ after removal of gall bladder. black stools when constipated for 2 days and more. Cause/treatment?
Four days of diarrhea, now firm white stool today. No gallbladder. Feel sick when eat and drink for past few days. Lost appetite.
See primary doctor: If a person has "white" stools, the stools are called "acholic", which means the stools don't have bile from the liver. Bile is made in the liver and goes to the gall bladder and then into the intestine. Without a gallbladder, bile is going straight into the intestine... which means there may be a bile duct stone blocking the path from the liver to the intestine. One's doctor can check this out. ...Read more
Yes, but : Not usually. Gb problems generally cause post prandial pain. ...Read more
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