health conditions


Question by  vlhunter (24)

Can a gallbladder problem cause bloating?


Answer by  Veetzy (376)

If your gallbladder is not working like it should, bloating will occur. The gallbladder aides in digestion. Poor digestion causes bloating.


Answer by  PZ (1206)

The gallbladder secretes bile, which helps digest fats. If bile secretion is being reduced or blocked by gallstones, poor digestion is the result and this can lead to bloating.


Answer by  Marybeth (841)

It is possible to feel bloated, if you have gallstones, then when you eat, heavy meals or greasy foods you may experience pain, nausea, a tightening in the chest below your right breast, but the pain may be in other areas as well. Pay attention to what you are eating and the effect it is having on you.


Answer by  symphonyparis (493)

Absolutly it can cause bloating. Your gallbladder having an issue is going to cause your abdomine to enlarge. It is also going to cause pain.

posted by Anonymous
yes it does cause pain. No matter waht I eat afterwards I bloat in stomach and under breast plate.  add a comment
posted by Anonymous
4 yrs ago when I had the test ran the dr stated less than 30% is funtioning however since there were no stones he would not remove it so now what do I do I am in so much pain with the bolating  add a comment
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