No. Gallbladder disease usually leads to loose stools, gas, and bloating. Other symptoms typically are nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.
No. Gall bladder disease is more commonly associated with nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.
Pain and nausea. Upper abdominal pressure discomfort with gas and bloated feeling after eating, may get upper abdominal pain and nausea, sometimes vomiting. Worse after eating some fatty or greasy foods. Pain can go into the right upper abdomen too.
Yes. It is safe to say that there are millions of people in the US with gallstones. Thankfully, only about 10-20% develop symptoms; this is best treated by surgery once symptoms begin. As many as 500, 000-750, 000 of these operations are performed in the US yearly.
Yes. Gallbladder disease is extremely common in the us affecting more than 20 million people.
Yes. Common signs of gall stones are nausea, vomiting and right upper quadrant pain.
Yes. Gallbladder disease is usually heralded by nausea, vomiting and right upper abdomen cramps about one to two hours after eating a meal, particularly a more fatty meal.
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.
Abdominal pain. Gallstones are one of many causes of abdominal pain. Gallstones can cause upper abdominal discomfort with bloating and pressure feelings, nausea and sometimes vomiting, usually gets worse after eating fatty foods. Need to have a medical evaluation with a doctor to tell why a person has abdominal pain, as there are many other possible causes.