Gall bladder symptoms?

Gallbladder attack. Pain under right rib cage. Pain worse with eating fatty meal. Pain can radiate to back. Pain associated with nausea, vomiting, possibly fever, chills.

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What are gall bladder symptoms?

Pain w/meals, cramps. Gallbladder pain is usually describes as colicky (cramping) that comes in waves, stimulated by fatty meals, as such meals stimulate the gallbladder to contract, causing pain. It is on the right side under the ribs (and liver) but can radiate to other places.It is more common in women in their 40s, and being overweight increases risk. Often symptoms are recurrent over time.If bad, can have fever. Read more...
Abdomnal pain. Gallbladder attacks often follow fatty meals, and they may occur during the night. A typical attack can cause ?steady pain in the right upper abdomen that increases rapidly and lasts from 30 minutes to several hours ?pain in the back between the shoulder blades ?pain under the right shoulder. Read more...

Where do gall bladder symptoms usually appear?

Over the GB. In the right upper abdomen beneath the rib cage. However, sometimes in the mid-upper belly instead (or additionally). Read more...

Where do gall bladder symptoms mainly appear in kids?

Same as adults. Gallbladder symptoms include pain (noncramping, nonburning, localized to right-upper or mid-abdomen)+/-nausea+/-vomiting+/-fever. The pain may radiate around to the right upper back+/-shoulder. Symptoms are often precipitated by food, especially fatty/fried foods. An attack will typically last about an hour or longer. Although rare in children, it can occur (esp with obesity or blood disorders). Read more...
Gallbladder symptoms. If you mean what symptoms. They typically will have pain in the upper right side of their belly. Frequently it occurs after a higher fat meal or snack. It is unfortunately becoming more common as more kids are overweight. There are some diseases that place kids at risk for developing gallbladder problems. Read more...

Possible gall bladder symptoms; what's the best test?

Ultrasound. Is first usual test, if negative and symptoms suggestive of gallbladder, would do hida scan. Read more...

Are there any good medicines for gall bladder symptoms?

Not so much. The best way to treat gallbladder symptoms is to remove the gallbladder, thereby preventing future attacks. Narcotics can "break" an attack, but this is, at best, a short term solution. Some gallstones can be dissolved using bile salt pills but this takes months and the stones will re-form after the medication is stopped. Read more...

I have pain like it states for gall bladder symptoms but it hasn't subsided for 4 days what should I do?

Get checked. Gallbladder pain may vary or feel different depending on the cause. Many people with gallstones never experience pain. However, there are some variations in gallbladder pain that help the doctor to make a diagnosis. http://www.medicinenet.com/gallbladder_pain_gall_bladder_pain/page3.htm. Read more...
Severe pain? If the pain is that bad you need to be evaluated. Many serious things will give you severe pain. If the pain is resolving then you can follow up with your primary md. If however, the pain is worsening or has lasted longer than 4 hours or you cannot walk secondary to pain get to an er. Read more...

Can gall bladder symptoms come and go over the course of 3-5years and then all of a sudden become constant?

Yes. First find out is due to gall stones and gall bladder disease ,If it is . then due to constant pain , you will benefit by removal gall bladder, speak to your doctor for other non operative options. Read more...

How can you prevent gall bladder symptoms?

Healthy gallbladder. Gallstones are linked to chronic liver disease (stones usually of pigment type), but also reflect low hdl/high triglycerides, genetics, age, sex (females 2x more), obesity, drugs, low fiber, tpn, diabetes, hemolysis, pregnancy, primary biliary diseases. Improving risk factors above will not only reduce stone disease, but may reduce development of sludge/sand, and may improve gallbladder function. Read more...

Does anybody have any idea who gets gall bladder symptoms?

People w/Gallstones. Risk factors for gallbladder disease include a strong family history, obesity, certain ethnic groups, precipitous weight loss, blood disorders, liver infections, etc. Early-on, it is much more common in women, yet the odds even out after age 50. There is a less-common entity of gallbladder disease without stones, yet this is the exception. Read more...