Do You Have Gallbladder Pain?

Gallbladder PAIN


Your gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ located below the liver. It’s primary purpose is storing the bile produced by the liver until the next meal. Upon eating, the gallbladder releases the concentrated bile into the intestines to help digest the food. Unfortunately, sometimes things go wrong and gallbladder problems develop.
Gallbladder pain affects millions of Americans and gallbladder removal surgery is a common procedure.
Gallbladder problems can mimic many other digestive concerns, but a combination of several of the following can indicate a significant problem:

  • – indigestion after eating fatty or greasy foods
  • – light-colored stools
  • – nausea

  • – bloating and gas
  • – burping
  • – sensation of food not digesting
  • – diarrhea or constipation
  • – pain located on the right side under the rib cage or between the shoulder blades

Gallbladder pain usually has a quick onset and lasts anywhere from 15 minutes up to four hours.

Gallbladder Problems leading to Gallbladder Pain

A number of factors can lead to gallbladder problems. People who meet some of the following criteria are more at risk of developing gallbladder problems or gallstones:

  • – thyroid disease
  • – food allergies or sensitivities
  • – overweight or obese
  • – crash dieting
  • – hormone replacement therapy or birth control pills
  • – over age 40
  • – women who have had children
  • – Native American or Mexican American
  • – cholesterol-lowering drugs
  • – high-fat, low fiber diet
  • – diabetes

Gallbladder pain often occurs when one of the ducts leading to or from the gallbladder is blocked by a gallstone, bile that has hardened into a solid. Gallstones can be the size of sand grains up to the size of a golf ball. Gallstones are an incredible painful condition and can lead to further complications, including a dangerous form of pancreatitis.

Gallbladder Cleanse for Gallbladder Pain
If you suffer from gallbladder problems and have significant gallbladder pain, you may be able to get some relief from a gallbladder cleanse.
A cleanse can help soothe gallbladder pain associated with gallstones and will help dissolve the gallstones.
The cleanse will clean the gallbladder and help gallstones pass easier.
A gallbladder cleanse will also help prevent future gallstones from forming.