Persistent nausea vomiting and abdominal pain. CT had moderately distended stomach and gallbladder. Why would ER dr not think this was related?

Cause and effect. Distended gallbladder and stomach may be a consequence of a viral gastroenteritis, but not necessarily a cause. Not eating for example can lead to a does tended be gallbladder. Stomach distension can be from reverse flow of intestinal contents from an infection. Make sure to stay hydrated, and follow up with your primary care provider to go over the results of the ct scan. Hope this helps!

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