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Had gall bladder surg 4.5 mo. Ago. Have chirrosis of liv. Had no pain for mo. S. Since yesterday pain is severe, like when just out of surg. Why?

Had gall bladder surg 4.5 mo. Ago. Have chirrosis of liv. Had no pain for mo. S. Since yesterday pain is severe, like when just out of surg. Why?

I don't know.: Need to see your dr. And tell him where the pain is, what caused it and what helps. As it stands now with the information you have given I cannot tell what might be going on. Get your dr. Asap. ...Read more

Bladder (Definition)

The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more


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Gall bladder symptoms?

Gall bladder symptoms?

Pain: Right upper quadrant pain. Pain after eating fatty foods. Occasionally nausea and vomiting. ...Read more

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What are gall bladder symptoms?

What are gall bladder symptoms?

Abdomnal pain: Gallbladder attacks often follow fatty meals, and they may occur during the night. A typical attack can cause

■steady pain in the right upper abdomen that increases rapidly and lasts from 30 minutes to several hours

■pain in the back between the shoulder blades

■pain under the right shoulder. ...Read more

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What side is the gall bladder on?

What side is the gall bladder on?

Anatomy: Your gall bladder is on the right upper side, just under the liver. ...Read more

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What is a distended gall bladder?

What is a distended gall bladder?

Full: A gallbladder can become distended or full due to multiple gallstones or from gallstones blocking the gallbladder from emptying its bile fluid contents. Also the gallbladder can become distended or full with bile in someone who has been not eating or fasting a longer time. ...Read more

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Symptoms and cures for gall bladder.?

Symptoms and cures for gall bladder.?

Removal: If you are having symptoms such as pain, nausea or vomiting or fatty food intolerance, and you have any abnormality of your gallbladder, including stones, sludge or polyps or a low-functioning gallbladder, the symptoms usually worsen until the gallbladder is removed. ...Read more

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Can you die from gall bladder diease?

Well...: If you have no symptoms, like abdominal pain you are ok.
If you rae having pain, and have actually a cholecystitis (your GB is inflamed and infected), yes you can get in a lot of trouble health-wise ...Read more

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What are multiple folds in gall bladder?

What are multiple folds in gall bladder?

Not sure: I'm not sure what you're referring to. Larger gallballders (GB) can be folded where they extend beyond the liver's edge. There are valves within the tube connecting the GB to the main tube coming out of the liver that can be described as folds. Best to ask the radiologist that issued the report, as this is not typical language or an anatomic entity encountered. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Warning symptoms of gall bladder issues?

Warning symptoms of gall bladder issues?

Intolerance: To fatty foods, right upper quadrant abdominal pain radiating to back or right shoulder, bloating. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more

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What is the function of the gall bladder?

What is the function of the gall bladder?

Stores bile: The gallbladder stores and concentrates bile that is made in the liver. It also secretes some mucus from its internal lining. The gallbladder responds to fats entering the duodenum by squeezing bile out into the dodenum to emulsify the fats and aid in their digestion and absorption. It has no association with the urinary bladder. ...Read more

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What are the symtoms of a bad gall bladder?

What are the symtoms of a bad gall bladder?

Generally: Right upper quadrant post prandial abdominal pain with radiation to tip of right scapula with nausea and vomiting that lasts up to 6-8 hours. But these are typical symptoms, and symptoms vary from one person to another. ...Read more

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How to determine if my gall bladder popped?

How to determine if my gall bladder popped?

Very rare: It is very rare for the gallbladder to burst. You would have marked upper abdominal pain, vomiting, maybe fever, and you would feel very sick. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of gall bladder diease?

Usually: The symptoms are:
Right upper quadrant pain that worsens with meals. Sometimes the pain radiates to the right shoulder ...Read more

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What is the cause of a distended gall bladder?

Depends: Your gallbladder will be distended when you are not eating. It fills with bile and then, when you eat, it empties. This is not a problem. It is normal physiology. The problem happens when your gb is obstructed by a stone or inflammation and cannot empty. This can lead to infection and severe pain, fevers, etc. If you have no stones on ultrasound you may need a hida to see how ur gb empties. ...Read more

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Help please! Could distended gall bladder be cured?

Help please! Could distended gall bladder be cured?

Yes: It is nothing to worry about. Usually in a fasting state the gallbladder gets distended. When you eat the gallbladder is stimulated and contracts and is no longer distended. If there is a stone blocking the emptying of the gallbladder than you need to surgically remove it. ...Read more

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What are the causes of a low functioning gall bladder?

What are the causes of a low functioning gall bladder?

Obstruction of flow: Bile flow can be obstructed from gallstones or scarring or kinking of the cystic duct--the duct leading from the gallbladder to the main common bile duct. That's why you can have typical gallbladder symptoms in the absence of stones. ...Read more

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Gall bladder is partially collapsed in which conditions?

Gall bladder is partially collapsed in which conditions?

Can be normal: A collapsed or partially empty gallbladder can be normal and seen if a person ate too soon before the ultrasound. If there are gallstones however, it could then indicate a thickened & contracted gallbladder due to chronic inflammation of the gallbladder. ...Read more

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Can a physiologically distended gall bladder be treated?

Can a physiologically distended gall bladder be treated?

Not really: Physiologically means normally. Before meals the gallbladder is always distended (full of bile). That description in an ultrasound (which should be done after several hours fasting) means that the gallbladder was found full of bile as expected. ...Read more

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What are the signs that a gall bladder needs to be removed?

Any symptom: When gallbladder forms stones and these cause any symptoms such as post prandial pain, your gallbladder needs to be removed. ...Read more

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I was wondering what are some signs of having gall-bladder issues?

I was wondering what are some signs of having gall-bladder issues?

Gallbladder attacks: The gallbladder concentrates bile from the liver and mixes it with food to digest fats in your diet. When the gallbladder is sick, you may feel right sided abdominal and/or back pain with meals, and have tenderness in the right upper abdomen. Worst case is obstruction of the bile ducts when you may become jaundiced (yellow color), have dark urine, tan stools and/or the pancreas may inflame. ...Read more

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Is it painful to have polyps on the gall bladder?

Possibly: As you may have gallstones and be totally asymptomatic, you may also have gallbladder polyps that do not bother you. Symptomatic gallbladder polyps and those that are large should be considered candidates for removal (laparoscopic cholecystectomy). ...Read more

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Is there such thing as stones passing in the gall bladder?

Stones: Gallstones are common. They cause no symptoms in two out of three people who have them. They sometimes cause problems such as pain, yellowing of the skin or the whites of the eyes (jaundice), inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis), and gallbladder inflammation. Surgery is the usual treatment for gallstones that cause symptoms.
https://patient. Info/health/gallstones-diet-sheet ...Read more

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Is gall bladder always removed just because you have stones?

Cholecystectomy: The surgery to remove gallbladder is called Cholecystectomy. One of the main reasons for this surgery is gall bladder infection called Cholecystitis and Gall bladder stones causing obstruction. Other conditions that can lead to this surgery is when the
gallbladder is not functioning properly - biliary dyskinesia. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of having 2 polyps in the gall bladder?

Maybe none: Gallbladder polyps can be small and have no symptoms. May be just an incidental finding on an ultrasound when one is having an evaluation of abdominal pains. Larger gallbladder polyps over 1 cm probably should be removed with laparoscopic gallbladder removal. ...Read more

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Can having trouble from your gall bladder be from having a histerectomy?

Unrelated: No, the two organs are unrelated and one should not cause problems with the other, . ...Read more

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Pain in liver and gall bladder?

Pain in liver and gall bladder?

More info?: Why do you think its your liver or gallbladder? Have you been seen? If it is you can try to avoid the food "triggers" such as high fat or fried foods. Sometimes this with exercise and weight loss is enough to avoid attacks. Most people eventually need surgery to remove the gallbladder. Its a very common surgery. ...Read more

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Post-surgery care for gall bladder?

Bland diet: Try a bland diet for 2-4 days and then advance to a diet you are comfortable with. Alcohol should be avoided for 7-10 days. Try not to get constiipated. ...Read more

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How risky is a gall bladder removal?

If performed by: Experienced surgeon, risk is minimal. Assuming that you are going to have laparoscopic surgery, major complication is about 2% overall. That means 98% have no problems or minor problems if at all. Those are pretty good odds and not ask your surgeon whether he thinks out potential benefits outweigh the potential risks, he can tell you for sure. ...Read more

Dr. Marvin Ott
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Gallbladder (Definition)

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


Dr. Austina Cho
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Gall Bladder (Definition)

Sac like organ that serves to store bile, a digestive detergent which is made in the liver. Typically contracts after eating and sends the stored bile down ducts to ...Read more