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Swelling due to gallbladder?

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replied January 16th, 2012
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

Symptoms due to gall bladder conditions like GB stones and cholecystitis include - Pain or tenderness under the rib ‎cage on the ‎right side , Pain between shoulder blades, Stools light or chalky colored, Indigestion after ‎eating, ‎especially fatty or greasy foods, Nausea, Dizziness, Bloating, Gas, Burping or belching, ‎Feeling of fullness or food ‎not digesting, Diarrhea (or alternating from soft to watery) and or ‎Constipation.

In case you have symptoms and signs that do not include the above presentation, you might be having other ‎medical conditions - arising due to conditions.

For proper diagnosis of your underlying condition, a complete history and physical examination and if needed other ‎tests may be necessary.

You might consult with your doctor for a proper examination and proper advice.

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