What Does a Gallbladder Attack Feel like?


Gallbladder attacks can be very painful. Some of the symptoms of a gallbladder attack include pain in the right upper abdomen/chest, fever, yellowing of the skin, nausea and even vomiting. The spot where the gallbladder is located (to the right of the stomach, under the rib cage) can also be tender to the touch. The overall attack can last from one to four hours.
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Gallstones Symptoms
You may not experience any symptoms if you have gallstones. Your doctor may find stones in your gallbladder while doing X-rays or surgery in the abdomen. When symptoms are present, you may experience: pain that radiates in your upper abdomen... More »
Source: healthline.com
A gallbladder attack is normally accompanied by chest pains on the right side of the body and the abdominal area. One may also feel nauseated, queasy and a constant urge to vomit. Usually, the gallbladder attack causes sharp pains with dull aches around the abdominal area.
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