What can a person with gallbladder stones eat?

Low fat diet. A diet low in fat is a must. The gall bladder stores fluid that helps absorb fat. The more fat you eat, the more the gall bladder has to work and the more likely those stones may cause a problem.

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Gallbladder stones nausea - what do you eat to make symptoms better?

Biliary dyspepsia? Biliary stones may eventually pass into the small bowel on their own. Worry less about diet & more if your stones are causing symptoms, or you have elevated bilirubin &/or dilation of the bile ducts on recent imaging. A sick gallbladder (found by cck-hida) or ductal stones (depending on location, size, biliary anatomy) may promote infection, pancreatic &/or liver inflammation & need to be removed. Read more...

How can I disolve gallbladder stones?

You can't. There are all sorts of old wives tale remedies out there for gallbladder stone, but science shows that once a patient has symptoms from gallstones, these symptoms are very likely to recur until the gallbladder is removed. Delaying surgery makes surgery more difficult and risks/complications higher. Stones leaving the gallbladder don't just cause pain. They can damage pancreas and cause infection. Read more...

Where will the gallbladder stones pass?

They usually don't. Gallstones can be large or small; most of the time they stay within the gallbladder, causing pain by blocking the outflow tract, called the cystic duct. Occasionally, small stones may get past this duct and enter the bile duct that connects the liver to the intestines. These stones can obstruct the liver or the pancreas, often requiring extraction. If one is lucky, they may pass spontaneously. Read more...
See below. Gallstones that exit the gallbladder move into the main extrahepatic ductal system, usually the common bile duct. Some can pass through the sphincter of Oddi into the duodenum. This is frequently associated with severe abdominal and sometimes back pain, nausea and vomiting. If a stone gets stuck there, those symptoms occur and patient may notice yellow eyes, dark urine or light colored stools. Read more...

Do I have gallstones or gallbladder stones?

Same thing? Gall stones and gall bladder stones are the same thing. Read more...
See a doctor . I can't tell you without a test or exam. See a doctor. www.drlugo.com. Read more...

How can I take care of my gallbladder stones?

Not necessarily. If your gallstones are asymptomatic they can be watched safely. If you develop pain seek treatment sooner than later. If you are diabetic talk with you doctor now. Read more...

How do you fee; if you have gallbladder stones?

Symptoms from stones. Stones in the gallbladder are usually symptomless (often diagnosed by chance by imaging or other evaluation) unless they migrate into the neck of the gallbladder or common bile duct. Acute cholecystitis results with RUQ and migratory pain. If the acute attack subsides, chronic inflammatory changes persist with subsequent acute exacerbations. Chronic cholecystitis may be associated with dyspepsia. Read more...
Pain. The typical is r upper abdominal pain after a fatty or rich meal. Usually about 1.5 hr after. The pain is crampy in nature and can move to chest or around to back. Read more...

Could gallbladder stones/disease radiate to back?

Yes . It can radiate to right back (wrapping around front to back), right shoulder blade and in between shoulder blades. Read more...

What are the symptoms of gallbladder stones like?

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. Read more...