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Do Gallstones Cause Nausea
Yes they can: Gallstones can cause a variety of upper abdominal bloating, pressure, & discomforts. Nausea is a common symptom, especially a few hours after eating. Vomiting and severe upper abdomen pain can occur too. Nausea can also come from other conditions such as stomach irritation, gastritis, ulcers, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Sometimes: Avoiding fatty foods helps.Get a more detailed answer ›
Xanax (alprazolam) & nausea: Yes, Alprazolam can cause nausea. In the clinical trials, 6% of patients reported nausea with extended release alprazolam. Nausea/vomiting was also reported by 9.6%—22% of patients during clinical trials of immediate-release alprazolam. You should speak with your physician, though, since gallstones can cause nausea too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health, but if stones are broken down to smaller sizes, they gottta go somewhere.
in about 1 in THREE patients getting lithotrypsy for gallstones, they got this sort of complication.
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/22577805 ...Read more
Had 2 gallbldr attacks in 5yrs have been having epigastric pain nausea off and on for months. Ab u/s only shows gallstones. Stones could be cause?
Gallstones: Can commonly be a cause of gallbladder irritation or inflammation (cholecystitis) resulting in upper abdominal bloating or pressure discomfort, nausea ; sometimes vomiting. Often gets worse after eating fatty foods. See a general surgeon for evaluation as you may benefit from gallbladder surgery. If this is an OB ultrasound during a pregnancy, then ask your OB doctor for instructions first. ...Read more
If blood work, neurology report were normal, and doctor did an examination, he suspects no brain tumor, no CT scan, am I most likey safe? Optic nerve looks good, just have gallstones that cause nausea
Biliary dyspepsia?: Biliary stones may eventually pass into the small bowel on their own. Worry less about diet & more if your stones are causing symptoms, or you have elevated bilirubin &/or dilation of the bile ducts on recent imaging. A sick gallbladder (found by cck-hida) or ductal stones (depending on location, size, biliary anatomy) may promote infection, pancreatic &/or liver inflammation & need to be removed. ...Read more
Is frequent nausea common with gallstones? Especially in the morning, evening and after I eat or drink something. It's more like queasiness.
In the mornings I wake up with nausea hungry but scared to vomit, what can I do in this case? I have gallstones and gastritis
One month over 5 bm a day, mild discomfort in abdomen no gallstones, fatigue and nausea for the last week. Could this be linked to suicidal anxiety?
Abd pain and nausea: If you are thinking about suicide and have a plan in mind to harm yourself, get medical help now. The above may be related to your intestinal tract. There is a strong mind-body influence on how this system works, and anxiety causes the intestinal tract to function improperly. So yes, it's possible the suicidal anxiety could cause these symptoms. See a doctor asap for an exam for other causes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Have 30 percent func. Gallbladder, sympt- nausea, feel I could get sick after I eat, bloating, gas. Have no gallstones or pain. Should I have gb taken out?
Need GI evaluation:
Classical gall bladder symptoms include:
•nausea and vomiting
•intolerance to fatty foods
•pain in the right upper and central upper abdomen
•referred pain may radiate to the back and the right shoulder
please consult a gastrenterologist and this can be addressed often times by a laparoscopic cholecystectomy if conservative measures do not relieve your symptoms. ...Read more