Gall bladder pain attack and problems associated with gall stones

Gall bladder attack is characterized by pain under the right costal arch, which is usually spread under the right shoulder, right armpit or chest. Pain can be sharp and interrupted for a period of several hours. The pain goes and comes and it is the type of pain called colic. For bile colic is typical that the pain is slowly growing up to a level and then gradually decreases. Except for described pain with gall attack patients often have nausea and vomits or has urge to vomit. Bile colic is caused by moving of stones or a stone in the bile bag that usually move in a narrower part of the gallbladder or at a time when they enter the bile ducts.
The pain can come from a stone making its way down the biliary duct or bile tube toward the duodenum of the small intestine. It can also be caused by a back up of bile in the gallbladder (with or without stones) that causes it to swell from fullness causing discomfort. Or it can come from an infected gallbladder itself that becomes inflammed known as cholecystitis.
Then people, other than pain, nausea, vomiting, have aninflammation of the gall bladder or bile ducts accompanied by fever, chills and jaundice. Usually, blockage is temporary and is not complicated by infection. Permanent blockage of cystic duct causes inflammation of gallbladder (a condition called acute gallbladder inflammation). Gallstones or sand that blocks the pancreatic duct causes inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis).
Sometimes the interrupted pain (colic) in the gallbladder area in the abdominal cavity can occur after operative removal of gallbladder, and such pain can be caused by gall stones in the common bile or pancreatic duct. With such problems it is best that the patient visit the doctor that will determine the matter.
You should see your doctor for a diagnosis. It's important to know exactly what is going on. Then, if you haven't already done so, fill out the gallbladder symptom questionnaire. It will give you suggestions on what to do at this moment based on your individual symptoms for example, get out of pain and discomfort. If it's weight gain due to gallbladder disease, it may be trying the allergy elimination diet to start. Order what you need to get started, and if you need help, you can always schedule a consultation to get pointed in the right direction. We might order blood tests for you to check your thryoid or to check if insulin resistance is contributing to high cholesterol and/or to gallstone formation.