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How to Recognize the Symptoms of Gall Bladder Disease

Due to an inappropriate diet and obesity, many suffer from gallbladder disease. Bile disease usually affects people who are overweight due to high blood cholesterol levels. Consuming fat-rich foods also contributes to the development of gall bladder disease and many people suffer from gallbladder pain due to an inappropriate diet.

Bile disease is usually caused by bile stones, solid structures formed by cholesterol, calcium and bile salts. Gallstones can cause cholecystitis (inflammation and swelling of the gall bladder), choledocholithiasis (occurs when bile stones accumulate in the bile duct) cholangitis (gall bladder and gall bladder infections) and pancreatitis.

Based on the severity of bile duct disease and its rate of development, there are two types of disorders: chronic cholecystitis (biliary cholera) and acute cholesterol. In chronic form, the symptoms of gallbladder disease are milder and have residual characteristics. In acute form, the symptoms of bile duct disease are intense and in some cases suggest the development of complications.

Common symptoms of gallbladder disease include: stomach aches, indigestion, vomiting, nausea, bloated abdomen, discomfort and pain while eating fatty foods. Symptoms of gallbladder disease are common in patients with chronic cholesterol. However, other than gall bladder pain, many patients may not have any symptoms of other gall bladder disease. Bile acne is a symptom of all people with bile duct disease and usually occurs after eating. The main symptoms of bile duct infections are usually increased at night and after physical exertion.

Persistent bitterness in the mouth, bad breath and headache can also be symptoms of gall bladder disease. Other symptoms of gall bladder disease are constipation and staining.

In acute form, symptoms of gallbladder disease are accompanied by fever, sweating and severe pain attacks. Pain attacks are very intense in acute balance and may last for several hours. Nerve episodes usually occur after meals and at night. Pain usually occurs in the abdominal region, the middle back and below the right shoulder. Fever suggests aging of the gall bladder, which is caused by bacterial infections. Other symptoms of gallbladder disease that may indicate the development of complications are: yellowish skin and eyes, chills, sweating and persistent abdominal pain.

Bile disease can be serious if not treated properly. It is very important to pay attention to the symptoms of gall bladder so that the presence of the disorder is timely. If the symptoms of gallbladder disease do not recover after proper medical treatment and diet, surgery may be the only option left. However, gallbladder surgery is uncomplicated, involves minimal risk and enables the patient to recover quickly after surgical intervention. Many people with pain often decide to remove the gall bladder even though their condition is not serious. Bile surgery is a very effective way to overcome the severe symptoms of gall bladder disease and is also considered to be very safe and quick to recover from.


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