If you have gallbladder disease, canit make you vomit?

Yes. A gallbladder attack is characterized by right- or middle upper abdominal pain (severe, pressure-like, noncramping, nonburning) that typically lasts for an hour or two. Associated symptoms include nausea+/-vomiting+/-chills. The pain often radiates around into the back and/or shoulder. Attacks are often precipitated by fatty or fried food intake, although middle-of-the-night attacks are common.

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Are nausea and vomiting common symptom of gallbladder disease?

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. Read more...
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...

I have gallbladder disease with an ER of 14%. I occasionally have nausea and vomiting. My concern is that I always feel hungry and the need to eat constantly. Hair loss as well. Thyroid checked out fine. Could it be from the gallbladder?

Gall bladder. Hair loss and constant hunger are not symptoms of gall bladder disease. Since your thyroid tests are normal other tests such as blood sugar, iron level and pregnancy testing(unless this isn't a possibility)can be done. A gastroenterologist should be consulted to evaluate you for other gi issues although gall bladder dysfunction may explain periodic nausea and vomiting. Read more...
Unlikely. Symptoms that you have described can be due to other causes, and what comes to my mind is that it might be caused by medications, so are you on any treatment in particular? If so you might need to check about that. Also... stress might be another cause of hair loss and eating constantly. Read more...
Possibly. however I also suggest a pancreatic ultrasound, blood chemistires including Fasting blood sugar, A1c level, thyroid function and pancreatic enzymes coupled with a comprehensive physical exan. Read more...

I am throwing up in my sleep. I have gallbladder disease. I have trouble breathing and can't eat. When should I see the ER.

Now sounds right. Those symptoms sound more than just annoying. Throwing up at nite may be reflux.Trouble breathing and other symptoms may be related. Best to get to the bottom of these symptoms and see your doctor . Read more...