Gallstone disease. The gallbladder holds bile and squeezes it out when needed to help the gut absorb fat. Stones can develop within the gallbladder, so that when the gallbladder squeezes, it pushes the stone against the outlet. This causes considerable pain called "biliary colic." the pain increases during the first hour, stays at its worst for an hour or more, then decreases over hours. Needs evaluation by doc.
Gallbladder Attack. Gallstones cause pain by blocking the duct that connects the gallbladder to the intestinal tract. When the gallbladder is obstructed and gets stimulated to contract, it cannot empty, leading to biliary colic: constant, non-cramping, pressure-like pain, localized to the right upper or midline upper abdomen. Within an hour or so, the stone moves, the blockage is relieved, and the pain goes away.
I agree with. Dr. Rosen's answer. Excellent description of the problem and its spontaneous resolution. Of note, some patients are at increased risk for developing gall stones, and the nature of the stone can also influence consequences of having them. For example pts w/ sickle cell disease r at risk for pigment (rather than cholesterol) stones and have elevated risk for gram negative sepsis w/ cholecystitis.
Progresses. Biliary colic can result from gallstones or biliary dyskinesia. If it gets worse over time, one may need to consider having the gall bladder removed.
Bilairy colic misnom. Bilairy colic is a misnomer as it is not really a colic. It is ocnstant pain and can occur after eating fatyty meals and may occur off and on for day. It is a pain that can go peircing through to the back for the epigastric area. You should see a doctor for any pain that is not momentary and is recurrent.
Pain. Biliary colic is abdominal pain usually located in the right uppwer quadrant of the abdomen under the ribs. It can be precipitated by eating a meal high in fat. The pain may radiate to the back and be associated with nausea and vomiting. The pain may occurr several hours after the meal.
When severe enough.. ..It's npo - "nothing by mouth" - followed by surgery. In mild cases, bland vegetarian low-fat diet might help.
Biliary colic. Biliary colic or gallbladder attack pain occurs when a gallstone temporarily gets stuck in the bile duct. The pain is mainly in the right upper abdomen and can radiate to the shoulder. Biliary colic occurs with fatty meals. Pain can last for several hours.
Don't manage it at. Home. Sometimes, biliary colic can be exacerbated by fatty foods, so these could be avoided. But, symptomatic gall stones need to be removed surgically.
BILIARY COLIC. Biliary colic are right sided abdominal pain caused by gall bladder stone radiating to the back, it is severe causing you to double up. It is relieved by taking antispasmodic meds.
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