Question: Where is gallbladder pain?

If a gallstone lodges in a duct and causes a blockage, the resulting signs and symptoms may include: Sudden and rapidly intensifying pain in the upper right portion of your abdomen. Sudden and rapidly intensifying pain in the center of your abdomen, just below your breastbone. Back pain between your shoulder blades.

What does a gallbladder attack feel like?

A gallbladder attack usually causes a sudden gnawing pain that gets worse. You may feel it in the upper right or center of your belly, in your back between your shoulder blades, or in your right shoulder. You might also vomit or have nausea. Pain usually lasts 20 minutes to an hour.

Does drinking water help gallbladder attack?

Drink Lots of Water Water helps the organ empty and keeps bile from building up. This protects against gallstones and other problems. Sipping more also can help you slim down. Research shows people who drink more water eat fewer calories and less sugar.

How do you stop a gallbladder attack while it is happening?

Nothing can be done to stop an attack while its happening. The pain typically subsides once the gallstone has passed. “Gallbladder attacks are often so painful that people end up in the emergency room,” says Efron. “Thats a good thing because its important to get evaluated when you have severe pain.

What test is done to see if your gallbladder is bad?

Tests and procedures used to diagnose gallstones and complications of gallstones include: Abdominal ultrasound. This test is the one most commonly used to look for signs of gallstones. Abdominal ultrasound involves moving a device (transducer) back and forth across your stomach area.

What color is your poop with gallbladder problems?

Gallstones or sludge in the gallbladder reduce the amount of bile that reaches your intestines. Not only may this cause pain, but it can also turn your stool yellow.

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