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What are the main symptoms of gallbladder disease?
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In brief: Pain & nausea
Pain in the middle or right side of upper abdomen, increased or new reflux, nausea and sometimes vomiting, and food intolerance - especially fatty or fried food.

In brief: Pain & nausea
Pain in the middle or right side of upper abdomen, increased or new reflux, nausea and sometimes vomiting, and food intolerance - especially fatty or fried food.
Dr. Scott Grover
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Dr. Hugh Walsh
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In brief: Abdominal bloating
Upper midline abdominal bloating which is episodic and oftern food related is the most common symptom. As the ouside of the gall bladder becomes inflamed, the pain is often referred to the right subcostal area.
Diarrhea and nausea often occur. As the disease progresses fever, jaundice, chills can occur. Ultrasound will make the diagnosis.

In brief: Abdominal bloating
Upper midline abdominal bloating which is episodic and oftern food related is the most common symptom. As the ouside of the gall bladder becomes inflamed, the pain is often referred to the right subcostal area.
Diarrhea and nausea often occur. As the disease progresses fever, jaundice, chills can occur. Ultrasound will make the diagnosis.
Dr. Hugh Walsh
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