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Doctor insights on: How To Prevent Gall Bladder Attack In Pregnancy

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Varying levels of nausea, no chance of pregnancy, ongoing for 3 months, nothing wrong with gall bladder, liver, or kidneys, can it be hormones?

Yes, one of many: Chronic nausea may be caused by a variety of things - both GI and non-gi. Given duration it might be wise to be formally evaluated by your md. In the meantime you might want to trial anotc ppi every day. ...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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How to prevent gall bladder symptoms without surgery?

How to prevent gall bladder symptoms without surgery?

Maybe diet: I do not know if you have gallstones or not. Avoid fried, fatty, greasy foods (fried chicken, cheese pizza, hot dogs, ice cream, etc.) may help. But if there are gallstones causing pain, then sometimes medication such as actigall (ursodiol) may dissolve gallstones over time. Sometimes though any foods can cause stomach discomfort and nausea, then surgery may be indicated. ...Read more

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How can you prevent gall bladder symptoms?

How can you prevent gall bladder symptoms?

Healthy gallbladder: Gallstones are linked to chronic liver disease (stones usually of pigment type), but also reflect low hdl/high triglycerides, genetics, age, sex (females 2x more), obesity, drugs, low fiber, tpn, diabetes, hemolysis, pregnancy, primary biliary diseases. Improving risk factors above will not only reduce stone disease, but may reduce development of sludge/sand, and may improve gallbladder function. ...Read more

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Gall bladder question. What drinks, juices prevent gall stones?

Gall bladder question. What drinks, juices prevent gall stones?

The evidence says...: There is no evidence that anything helps prevent gall stones. However, if you avoid being overweight, avoid drinks high in sugar and fat, and avoid type 2 diabetes, it will help you avoid gall stones. ...Read more

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I have small 2to 5 c.M gall bladder stones but there is no any symptoms give advice for prevention?

I have small 2to 5 c.M gall bladder stones but there is no any symptoms give advice for prevention?

Too late to prevent: As you already have them , if you have no symptoms could be observed safely , do nothing , low fat diet may help you , and if you are getting g b attacks get it removed ...Read more

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How can one prevent developing kidney stones and gall bladder stones? Is there any food items that can help cure it naturally?

How can one prevent developing kidney stones and gall bladder stones?  Is there any food items that can help cure it naturally?

Kidney and Gallstone: First, find out why you have these problems at age 33. Second, treatment will depend on that answer. Third, as regards the kidney stones, drink lots of water. ...Read more

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Abd pain after meals. AM nausea. If omeprazole 40 mg before meal helps to prevent severe nausea, is it possible symptoms are related to gall bladder.

Abd pain after meals. AM nausea. If omeprazole 40 mg before meal helps to prevent severe nausea, is it possible symptoms are related to gall bladder.

Gallbladder?: Traditionally the symptoms are felt in the right upper quadrant, under the ribs or at the bottom of your sternum . And traditionally radiate to the back. There may be nausea, bloating or even vomiting. The pain can feel like a sharp gas pain, like you need to belch or a sore muscle in your rt back. Omeprazole helps more with gastritis or reflux, but there can be overlap. See your MD to eval ...Read more

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I have gall bladder stones and they are preventing me from getting pregnant and i would like to know what to take as in medication to get rid of them?

I have gall bladder stones and they are preventing me from getting pregnant and i would like to know what to take as in medication to get rid of them?

Why they preventing : Why they are preventing you to have baby, gb removal is a simple minimum risk out patient procedure you do not want complications during your pregnancy due to gall stones, if removed will prevent them. Speak to your doctor. ...Read more

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What does it mean to have a gall bladder attack?

What does it mean to have a gall bladder attack?

Pain & nausea: "attack" means a sudden onset of right upper abdominal pain, nausea, sometimes vomiting. Usually happens a few hours after eating, especially if greasy fried fatty foods. Pain usually resolves over a few hours. Usually caused by gallstones. Need to go to an er if pains & vomiting do not resolve. ...Read more

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What's most likely signs of a gall bladder attack?

What's most likely signs of a gall bladder attack?

Gall Bladder Attack: Pain in right upper quadrant of abdomen, worse after eating fatty food, low grade fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting. If symptoms are more than intermittent, you need to see your doctor right away, to prevent complications. ...Read more

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What foods should I avoid to reduce a gall bladder attack?

What foods should I avoid to reduce a gall bladder attack?

Fatty, Fried Foods: The function of bile is to absorb fat from our diet. Fatty meals cause the release of a hormone (cck) that stimulates the gb to contract. Therefore, a low-fat diet is advised. Unfortunately, an attack can occur unrelated to food. The only definitive way to avoid a gb attack is gallbladder removal (cholecystectomy). Good luck! ...Read more

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Can you tell me the biggest signs of a gall bladder attack?

Can you tell me the biggest signs of a gall bladder attack?

Most common: Symptoms from a gallbladder "attack" is a significant or severe upper abdominal pressure pain with nausea occurring a few hours after eating larger amounts of food or fatty foods. ...Read more

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Please explain what are some symptoms of gall bladder attacks?

Please explain what are some symptoms of gall bladder attacks?

Billiary colic: Pain with gb "attacks" is usually related to fat containing foods like butter , but also can based on the severity of the disease can eventually be related to all foods. Other symptoms include RUQ pain, back pain, nausea, vomiting, jaundice , pancreatitis, meet with your GI physician or surgeon to discuss. ...Read more

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Will eating healthier help me have fewer gall bladder attacks?

Will eating healthier help me have fewer gall bladder attacks?

Possibly: choosing foods with low fat content and low grease may help you go longer periods without a gallbladder attack but it is not a sure bet. if you have had several attacks of abdominal pain and the appropriate workout for a gallbladder, you may want to see a surgeon to have your gallbladder removed to avoid future attacks and possible complications. ...Read more

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Please explain what do you do if you think you are having a gall bladder attack?

You need to consult: You must already know that you have gb disease; then consult your physician for more testing, i.e. Gallbladder scanning. ...Read more

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Symptoms of a gall bladder attack--could it be fatal?

Symptoms of a gall bladder attack--could it be fatal?

Gall Bladder Attack: Pain in right upper quadrant of abdomen, worse after eating fatty food, low grade fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting. If symptoms are more than intermittent, you need to see your doctor right away, to prevent complications. ...Read more

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Is it dangerous to leave gall bladder attacks untreated?

Is it dangerous to leave gall bladder attacks untreated?

Yes: You can get acute infections, gangrene, or even perforation of gallbladder with peritonitis. If left long enough, it can form fistulas to adjacent organs. Stones can travel into common duct and you can get jaundice, pancreatitis, or cholangitis, and these are serious conditions. ...Read more

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What can be doen for a cholecystitis/gall bladder attack?

What can be doen for a cholecystitis/gall bladder attack?

Surgery: Laparoscopic surgery can be performed to remove the gallbladder and gallstones. Avoid fried fatty greasy foods that may cause the attacks. Pain medication or Ibuprofen to treat the discomfort when it happens. ...Read more

Dr. Lois Freisleben-Cook
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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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