This question was answered on Sun 16, Jan 2011 11:24pm by Dr Anku Sharma

how can you tell your gallbladder is bad?

    
Asked by d,l.rich (Female; 53 ) on Sat 15, Jan 2011 06:57pm

how can you tell your gallbladder is bad? where is it located and how does it feel if something is going wrong

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Answer by Dr Anku Sharma  on Sun 16, Jan 2011 11:24pm:

Hi there. Gall bladder is a sac located under the live which stores and concentrates bile produced in liver. bile is important in fat digestion. types of diseases can be cholecystitis, gall stones, gangrene or abscess, tumors of gall bladder etc. symptoms of gall bladder disease are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, pain in the shoulder blade, pain under the rib cage, light colored stool, gas, indigestion, etc. consult a gastroenterologist for further guidance. Take care.
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