Gall bladder problems
The job of the gallbladder is to store the bile produced
by the liver and to release it on an as-needed basis for digestive purposes. The various elements of bile have a natural tendency to form sludge, lumps, and hard deposits called gallstones. More than 20% of women and 8% of men
develop gallstones at some time in their lives.
You could have gallstones in your body for many years without experiencing any problems. According to current medical guidelines, no treatment is necessary unless pain or other
problems begin to develop. However, when a gallstone plugs the duct that leads out of the gallbladder, the organ becomes inflamed and often infected, creating a condition known as cholecystitis.
Generally, gallbladder pain
begins with occasional minor attacks that subside rapidly. Perhaps the stones are blocking the duct temporarily and then moving out of the way. However, when full obstruction occurs, the pain often becomes severe and recurrent.
The most reliable symptom of cholecystitis is intense pain beneath the right lower rib cage, often occurring from midnight to 3 A.M. Typically, pain radiates to the right shoulder and is accompanied by a loss of appetite and
sometimes nausea. Frequently, fatty meals seem to bring on the pain with particular force.
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