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What Are The Symptoms For A Bad Gallbladder
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
Rare: It's would be unusual. Most people have symptoms from "bad gallbladder." some people have bad gallbladder on us but its from other sources (hepatitis, heart failure, ascites, hepatic flexure diverticulitis etc). Sometimes, diabetics and pts with severe vascular diseases can have bad gallbladder that can cause gangrene but with min to no symptoms. This is very uncommon.
Is it possible to hav normal hida scan & ultrasound for gallbladder, but hav false results? Hav all symptoms of bad gallbladder for 2 yrs but norm tests
Tough situation: Unusual but possible. There are people who have problems with gb or bile ducts that don't show up on the usual tests. A sphincter at end of your main bile duct that could be too tight. If so could give typical gb symptoms. Need special manometry test to be sure. But also need to be sure not something else like ulcer disease. I have had few patients with all neg tests that got better after gb surg.See 2 more doctor answers
Possibly: It is definitely a pretty good sign for gallbladder disease. If the HIDA scan was negative, but all your other symptoms match gallbladder disease, some surgeons (but definitely not all) would consider removing your gall bladder. This really is a risk-benefit analysis that you will need to have with your own doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
Not uncommon: I frequently see people with normal lab and X-ray tests who still have GB disease. Many of these people with typical GB symptoms get better after GB removal.See 1 more doctor answer
I'm getting my gallbladder out in a couple weeks. Can having a bad gallbladder give you headaches?
Not usually: Gallstone symptoms include pain in the upper abdomen, usually on the right side, pain with eating a fatty meal, occasional nausea and vomiting, and possible jaundice (yellow discoloration of skin/eyes. If an attack causes considerable stress it is possible you could develop a tension headache, but this is not a classic symptom.
Vomiting: Yes if you are dehydrated from vomiting related to gallbladder disease.
Will there be clues in LFTs if you have a bad gallbladder? Or LFTs are not accurate enough to defect this? . Thank u
Sometimes.: Sometimes there will be clues in the liver profile that will point to a potential gallbladder or bile duct problem. However, it is possible to have a severe gallbladder attack and still have normal liver tests. Other tests, such as an ultrasound or other x-ray tests are often necessary to sort this help. Good luck.
I got my gallbladder removed 4 weeks ago. Why do I get bad gallbladder attack-like pains in the mornings that go away when I stand up?
Incision pain: Could be incisonal pain or muscular pain where the cuts were made to go into the body. There could be left over stones in the main canal that are not passing through (unlikely, given that pain gets better when you stand up). See your surgeon if pain persists.
Last few days I have been chilling of the evening and woke up last 2 nights sweaty. I started metroprol 2 weeks ago. Also I have bad gallbladder?
Yes: The gallbladder often causes pain under the right ribs, breast bone and radiates to the back.See 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Any chronic infection/inflammation can cause high sugars in diabetics. If you have inflammation of your gallbladder, that can contribute to high sugars in diabetics or pre-diabetics. A bad gallbladder will not cause diabetes by itself. You need to have an underlying predisposition to diabetes.
If you've been diagnosed with a fatty liver could that possibly mean you could have a bad gallbladder? Have back pains. Day to day.
Fatty liver: Fatty liver does not always associated with gall stones. Ultrasound which assume revealed the fatty liver would have revealed the gall stone also. Backpain may have a different cause.
You have a complex: Symptoms issue. This will not be addressable over the internet. Additionally you appear to have had a complex medical history and are on significant medications. You need to address your current complaints with your primary health care professional who is familiar with your health issues and has all of your information. He/she can best advise you.
Can a bad gallbladder have a connection to an enlarged spleen? Hida: gallbladder is not working and u/s says that my spleen index is 900 too. CBC OK.
Not usually,: But there are uncommon conditions such as hereditary spherocytosis which can result in gallstones and splenomegaly. Also, viral inflammatory processes could potentially affect gallbladder function and also cause an enlarged spleen. But in any case, it is not the gallbladder problem that is causing the enlarged spleen, it is a separate process causing both. Of course, they may also be unrelated.See 1 more doctor answer
Rarely: I am a pain management physician in las vegas as well as an anestheisologist who takes care of surgical gallbladder patients. I am not aware of any relationship between cholecystitis/gallstones and low back pain. Best strategy is to get gb treated medically or surgically and see if you still have lbp.
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