Forget home remedies..... Tuck your med. insurance card in your pocket and SEE YOUR DOCTOR. Remedies are fine if we are talking about lime deposits or oil stains, but when it comes to your body never ever cut corners. Pick up the phone now. Best of luck and good health..........
One way to stop gallbladder pain is use to natural flush remedies. Drinking grapefruit juice will help to remove any toxins from the body. This will clean out the system. Rest afterward and avoid any fats within the diet for the day.
Get to your doctor ASAP. I had my gallbladder out on 12/27/10. Eating dairy, fat, and especially oils can trigger attacks. For me, it was only 2 weeks from first getting an attack to having surgery. My surgeon also told me that making the diet changes i listed above is only a temporary help, he said that eventually anything i ate would set off attacks. It was the worst pain i have ever felt, you don't want to let it get that bad believe me. The surgery only took 45 minutes, i left the hospital 2 hours later. I was out of work for 3 weeks due to my physical job, most people are back to work in 2 weeks. I have only 4 tiny scars from incisions. I hope my experience can help you :)
leave off fried foods and spicy foods. You may want to get to a dr and have this checked out, you could have gall stones. The gallbladder could rupture and infection would go over your body and make you really sick.
I also recommend going to see your Dr. I suffered from gallstones for years and ultimately had my gallbladder removed which was the best thing that ever happened to me! I only wish I'd realized it was causing the pain that was having such a impact on my day to day life earlier! Surgery recovery was tough for 2-3 weeks but after I felt better than I had in 10 years! Hope you are able to feel better soon!
Pain is a signal sent from your body to your brain that something is wrong. If it has gotten to the point that the pain is excessive, you should go to the doctor. From there you can figure out the best plan of treatment. You can still use natural remedies under the care of a health practitioner.
In addition here are a few tips:
Juice beets, cucumbers, tomatoes, and carrots and drink 3-4 times/day. Juice pears, grapes, and apples and drink separate from the vegetable mix 3-4 times/day.
Avoid fats. Especially eggs, pork, and fried foods.
Try Dr. Clark Liver and Gallbladder cleanse plus flush. www.drclarkstore.com. This is my favorite Liver and Gallbladder cleanse. The gallbladder flush is intense. I also like her Liver herbs. It is a good idea to cleanse all of your organs to help relieve the strain that is put on your liver and gallbladder. I really like Dr. Clark's organ cleanses because they are easy to take, they don't have any fillers or excipeints so they are extremely pure, they are affordable, and they work.
The Almighty,or morphine tablets or Tylenol 1,2 or 3.Ok so had this kind of pain for the second time. First time ate oily curry and had it the next day .how does it feel?feels like you wanna get a knife cut the upper right side of your stomachh and get the thing out that's causing the pain,like you have gas bubble with a lot of pain stuck in your stomach,you start sweating as if you climbed 10 flight of staires.So always have pain killers on hand ,like Tylenol 2 or 3 and take 3 or 4 of either at a time.did not have those so my option was to take 4 extra strength , did the job after about 15 minute. Tylenol 2 or 3 will work better.By THE WAY TYLENOL 1, CAN BE OBTAINED WITH OUT A PRESCRIPTION. First time in the ER had to Waite my turn with the pain for two hours,some times lying face down in the bathroom floor . I mean the bastards could have given me pain killers when I went in, no they gave me some kind of injection after two hours with out doing any thing but making me Waite in pain.So always have your own pain killers
There is a product called Dr. Christopher's Gallbladder and Liver. I was able to find it at my local health food store but it can be found online as well. If you are having an attack take a handful of these capsules and within 45 minutes you should experience relief. You can't take too many, according to the clerk who has been taking them for nearly 30 years, as it merely food. Then take according to bottle directions thereafter to prevent any further attacks. Personally, I am able to maintain with only one or two capsules every other day and am doing just fine. I was scheduled for surgery about 10 years ago and the surgeon me told that I would be back within a couple of months. I saw him again about 2 years ago at the grocery store and told him I still had my gallbladder and have had no attacks since my last office visit with him. It has worked for me but It is important that you check with your doctor to make sure that any stones you might have are not posing a danger. That's very important!!