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Gallbladder removed, history of C-Diff + Chronic Cholcystitis, bile ducts Symptoms continue, Upper Abdominal pain, bloating. what could it be?

Gallbladder removed, history of C-Diff + Chronic Cholcystitis, bile ducts  Symptoms continue, Upper Abdominal pain, bloating. what could it be?

Too complex: That situation is too complex to analyzing analyze in 400 characters. If you'd like, set up a consult on Healthtap concierge, and I will be happy to work through things for you, to see if I can help. Good luck. ...Read more

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How is appendicitis diagnosed? Is nausea & rebound pain always present?

How is appendicitis diagnosed? Is nausea & rebound pain always present?

No: It's the big picture. "a three-legged dog is still a dog." nausea usually but not always; rebound pain only if the peritoneum's involved. ...Read more

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Symptoms of a bad gallbladder?

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Symptoms of a bad gallbladder?

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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Symptoms of bad gall bladder?

Symptoms of bad gall bladder?

Bad gallbladder: Symptoms include nausea, bloating, left shoulder pain, right upper abdominal pain, light colored stool, or yellow colored skin. In worse cases, fever, intense abdominal pain, and sepsis may occur. ...Read more

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Symptom for gall blatter attack?

Symptom for gall blatter attack?

Abdominal pain: Usually has right upper quadron abdominal pain after greasy meal, but there's still has patient do not show above symptom. You should see a doctor to get a final diagnose. ...Read more

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What can cause recurring gallbladder attack symptoms after gallbladder removal?

What can cause recurring gallbladder attack symptoms after gallbladder removal?

Retained stone: A retained bile duct stone. Need a ERCP perhaps. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/007479.htm ...Read more

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Common symptoms of appendicitis?

Common symptoms of appendicitis?

RLQ pain: Most appendicitis is caused by a blockage of the lumen of the appendix. Common causes are fecoliths (small pieces of stool, ) enlarged lymph within the organ, even tumor. The usual presentation is a vague pain in mid abdomen that moves to settle in right lower quadrant, associated with nausea, loss of appetite, and fever. Not diarrhea. Peaks to rupture in 24-72 hrs.Seek attention. Good luck. ...Read more

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Gallbladder disease symptoms, inflamed, free fluid around gallbladder but no gallstones what could this problem?

Gallbladder disease symptoms, inflamed, free fluid around gallbladder but no gallstones what could this problem?

Gallbladder.: If your gallbladder appears inflamed on ultrasound and has free fluid around it, associated with symptoms which sound like gallbladder symptoms, I would say the most likely cause of your symptoms is your gallbladder. It is certainly possible to have cholecystitis without gallstones. You should be evaluated by your doctor or a surgeon ASAP. Good luck. ...Read more

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Gullbladder at 36% severe abdominal pain, constant gas, diarrhea, constipation and constant nausea. Removal recommended by primary. Second opinion ?

Gullbladder at 36% severe abdominal pain, constant gas, diarrhea, constipation and constant nausea. Removal recommended by primary. Second opinion ?

General surgeon: See a general surgeon for an opinion. Biliary dyskinesia is a possibility, but hard to say for sure. It is certainly reasonable to do so, but let your symptom tolerance be your guide. ...Read more

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Symptoms of 5 yrs, crippling abdominal pain, bloating, bouts of diarreah, constipation, CT scan showed ileitis/enteritis. Barrett's. Any ideas?

Symptoms of 5 yrs, crippling abdominal pain, bloating, bouts of diarreah, constipation, CT scan showed ileitis/enteritis. Barrett's. Any ideas?

Abd pain/Abn CT: Not sure if i completely understood your questions. If you have chronic abdominal pain with alternation in bowel movement, and given the abnormal ct, you should have a colonoscopy to assure you do not have crohn's disease. ...Read more

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Long standing RUQ pain. One strange symptom is that the RUQ pain gets worse after a bowel movement. No GB. ERCP mild stenosis. Pain cont. Ideas?

Long standing RUQ pain. One strange symptom is that the RUQ pain gets worse after a bowel movement. No GB. ERCP mild stenosis. Pain cont. Ideas?

Colon?: Wonder if this could be related to your colon, as part of it is located in that area. Have you had a colonoscopy? Ask your primary care doctor or gastroenterologist to set this up for you. Also, I see you are on Cellcept (mycophenolate mofetil). Have you had a transplant? If so, be sure this isn't causing symptoms. Good luck! ...Read more

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Crohn's or Dumping Syndrome?Symptoms: Severe abdominal pain, flushed warm face, constant stool, common after eating, no relief, only getting worse

Crohn's or Dumping Syndrome?Symptoms: Severe abdominal pain, flushed warm face, constant stool, common after eating, no relief, only getting worse

Not enough info: If your symptoms have been going on for a very short time, it probably isn't something chronic like Crohn's. Dumping syndrome is not common and is seen following certain surgeries of the stomach/small bowel. Feel free to contact me about your symptoms in further detail. ...Read more

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Are nausea and vomiting common symptom of gallbladder disease?

Are nausea and vomiting common symptom of gallbladder disease?

Yes: The most common symptom of gallbladder disease is abdominal pain, usually localized to the right upper abdomen or upper midline. It is often accompanied by nausea, bloating, and/or vomiting. Many people describe the vomiting as "bilious", meaning green-colored. ...Read more

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What are gallbladder attack symptoms?

What are gallbladder attack symptoms?

Upper abdominal pain: Pain in the right or middle of the upper abdomen, often radiating to the back, is the most common symptom. This is often worse after eating, especially fatty meals. Nausea, vomiting, and abdominal bloating are other common symptoms. ...Read more

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What warning symptoms go with gallbladder removal?

What warning symptoms go with gallbladder removal?

Concerns: After gallbladder surgery may be repeated vomiting, increasing abdominal pain, recurrent fevers, yellow jaundice, signs of wound infection with wound redness. Call your surgeon if you have questions or concerns. ...Read more

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Unexplained chronic vomiting over one year; no psychogenic cause; mild gastroparesis; removed gallbladder; intermittent pelvic/lower abd. Pain; cause?

Unexplained chronic vomiting over one year; no psychogenic cause; mild gastroparesis; removed gallbladder; intermittent pelvic/lower abd. Pain; cause?

Look for Appendix: There is a sac close to appendix it is called meckel diverticulum. It contains same inner lining as stomach. It is hard to diagnose. Ct scan should be done to see if there is some stool stuck in appendix called fecolith. ...Read more

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Why is vomiting a common symptom of appendicitis?

Why is vomiting a common symptom of appendicitis?

Inflammation: Appendicitis is caused by infection and inflammation of the appendix in the abdomen. This inflammatory process irritates the abdomen, including the stomach. It also releases multiple proteins and enzymes in the blood that can be nauseating and therefore cause vomiting. ...Read more

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Is abdominal cramping a common symptom of gastritis?

Is abdominal cramping a common symptom of gastritis?

Gastritis: Abdominal cramping is a sign of an irritated small intestine or large intestine. Any time there is an inflammation of the bowel tissue, the muscle will react by cramping, trying to push the inflammatory secretions through the gut as quickly as possible. Gastritis usually causes pain that is located above the navel, and moves up and down the esophagus and can be felt straight through to the back ...Read more

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