What are the symptoms of having gallblader or kidney stones?

Pain. You may have no symptoms at all. When gallstones become a problem they typically cause pain in the upper right side of the abdomen. They can cause jaundice which you may notice as yellowness of the eyes and skin. Kidney stones hurt when they pass out of the kidneys and then typically cause back pain on one side which may spread toward the groin. You may see blood in your urine.
Pain and more Pain. Kidney stone: severe side pain, nausea, vomiting, blood in your urine gallstones: pain with fatty food, abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting.

Related Questions

Pain next to bellybutton then it radiates to my back or side kidney stones \u0026 gallblader stones where ruled out what else could it be?

Need for examination. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. Read more...

I recently had my gall bladder removed. One week later a kidney stone was detected. Could this develope from surgery or was the stone there for a long time? Pain is same before gall bladder was removed.

Unrelated. Kidney stone and gallstones would entirely be unrelated, and the kidney stone would not be related to your surgery. You may still be healing and having surgical discomfort from the gallbladder surgery and the kidney stone may just be present. If the kidney stone is entering or blocking the ureter, then the kidney stone may cause pain. Read more...

How can one prevent developing kidney stones and gall bladder stones? Is there any food items that can help cure it naturally?

Kidney and Gallstone. First, find out why you have these problems at age 33. Second, treatment will depend on that answer. Third, as regards the kidney stones, drink lots of water. Read more...

My mom has barrets esophagus. She has diabetes, BP, thyroid. She's had kidney stones n recently hd her gall bladder removed. What food cn she eat?

Anything. There shouldn't be any dietary restrictions, with the exception to eat in moderation, and avoid foods that make her reflux sunrooms worse. Talk to a gastroenterologist about endoscopic surveillance of the barrett's esophagus. Read more...
That's a tough one! I would focus mostly on her diabetes and eating appropriately for that condition - low glycemic diet with eye on weight loss if she is overweight. If her kidney stones are calcium oxalate (most common) then she should restrict oxalate (NOT CALCIUM) rich foods such as rhubarb, beets, okra, nuts, tea, chocolate, soy and spinach. See a registered dietician for livable eating plan! Read more...
Diet changes. Great question - she requires smaller portions per meal, low sugar, low refined carb, low salt, low animal protein, low saturated fat, modest polyunsaturated fat. Best diet is 3-4 oz fish, complex carb only, whole grain, only. Adding lemon extract 3-5 tablespoons per dan of ReaLemon into water will help with kidney stones. Read more...