Signs of a Ruptured Gallbladder?


Prior to a gallbladder rupture, the pain of gallbladder disease will be strong. If it ruptures, the pain will disappear. At some point, bile will start leaking into the abdominal cavity and cause severe pain and stomach swelling. If treatment is not obtained soon, septic shock will occur from infection. The person may experience nausea, failure to produce urine or stool and be very thirsty.
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