Does gall bladder stones cause stomach pain?

Not always . 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. Still, with humans, nothing is absolute and often patients will feel left sided pain, etc.
Yes, epigastric pain. The most common pain due to gallbladder disease is epigastric, usually associated also with RUQ pain. However, it can stand alone as the only symptom. Other causes of epigastric pain are ulcer disease, gastritis and gerd.

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After an operation of stone in gall bladder, he is having severe stomach pain and indigestion problem in3weeks. What can be done to help recover?

Go back to surgeon. It is not uncommon to have some mild indigestion and fatty-food intolerance+/-diarrhea for a few weeks after gallbladder surgery. However, severe pain is concerning and warrants evaluation sooner rather than later. Although rare, complications can occur after this operation that can cause severe pain. Furthermore, a stone may be in the bile duct, which can feel just like a gallbladder attack. Read more...

Severe right upper stomach pain, found out its gall stones. Seeing surgeon, heard people gain weight after removing gall bladder, true?

Not true. It is not true. If you stay active and watch out your diet, you should be fine . . Read more...
Cholecystectomy. Well, there are some publications in literature regarding weight gain after Gallbladder surgery but it seems 1/3 of people who need Cholecystectomy are obese to begin with, the studies showed that people who maintain a low fat diet and exercise don't gain weight in comparison to the people who did not. Therefore the main point here is to exercise regularly and maintain a good balanced diet. Read more...

How do I get rid of gall bladder stones?

Cholecystectomy... Aka, gallbladder removal. Gallstones are made by the gallbladder and will re-form if we just remove the stones. Thankfully, people do very well without them and they can almost-always be removed via outpatient laparoscopic surgery, returning to normal activities in 7-10 days. If you have gallstones and are having attacks of pain, i recommend that you see a general surgeon. Read more...