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Bloated Stomach Gallstones
Yes: Bloating can certainly occur if you have a stomach ulcer or gallstones. It can occur with a lot of other issues too such as gastroenteritis, gluten or lactose sensitivities, irritable bowel syndrome, recent antibiotics etc...I would take some probiotics (in yogurt or as a supplement) and see your doctor for a full workup. ...Read more
Gallstones seen on u/s & having severe pain in my abdomen however HIDA scan came back normal, is it possible pain is still related 2 gallbladder?
Varies: Some patients have constant symptoms, some only symptoms after meals, some only after particular meals. Some people have symptoms only once. There is great variation. ...Read more
I am having severe pain in lower right abdomen. I know I have some small gallstones, but the pain worsens if I press on it. ?
I'm a woman , 37 years old.I have only one gallstone 1.5 cm.I am 160cm tall, 58 kg.What can I do.They told I have greenish liquids in my stomach?
Depends.: If the stone is not bothering you most would say leave it alone. Others (me as well) would tell you that gall bladder cancer is rarely found without stones. You are young and can have the stone for many years without symptoms, then trouble can start. I would discuss this with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes a hunger kind of pain in the middle of the upper abdomen. Sometimes eating relieves the pain & other times no. Can it be my gallstones?!
PROBABLY NOT: Epigastric pain that is relieved by eating is typical of ulcer or gastritis. Gallstones, when symptomatic, usually cause pain after eating, especially after fatty or greasy foods. Some other entities can also cause this type of pain, including pancreas issues. I recommend you seek a direct medical opinion. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm female, 45. I suffer from abdominal pain espically in hypochondrial region since7 years.I was dignosed with gallstone what possible tttother surg?
Diet manipulation: Right upper abdominal pain associated with gallstones tends to result in episodic pain, often brought on by rich fatty foods. Following a low fat diet may limit symptoms. Removing the gallbladder is a safe successful operation. It is the best option especially for a young patient with a 7 year history of symptoms. ...Read more
Why does my stomach always hurts? It feels like a knot in my stomach which keeps me from eating, can't hold my food down. Went to the emergency room to see if i had gallstones, they couldnt find anything.
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