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Gallstone Symptoms

Gallstone Symptoms
Gallstone Symptoms

If you experience pain in the upper right area of your torso, if might mean that something is blocking the bile from moving through the bile ducts.  When the bile ducts are blocked, the gallbladder may become inflamed. Most frequently, this occurs because of gallstones, which are pieces of solid matter in the gallbladder.  Some common symptoms of gallstones or gallstone attack include:

  • Indigestion after eating
  • Nausea, vomiting or sweating
  • Severe steady pain in the upper right abdomen or right side
  • Pain that starts suddenly and lasts from 15 minutes to many hours
  • Pain in or under the right shoulder
  • Pain between the shoulder blades

But in order to confirm that gallstones as the cause of your problems, you need to get a diagnosis.  Do you know which tests, procedures and exams are necessary to confirm gallbladder disease?  Learn more about diagnosing gallbladder diseases now.

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