Throat pain gallbladder

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Hi, Everyone I have got my gallbladder out in july last year and i still getting pain. It is so bad i have when to my doctor i was ready for passing out he give me a injection for the pain when the pain was away he sent me to the hospital they did a x-ray but could not see anything.
Along with all my other problems I have back and shoulder pain and pain (gallbladder attacks) after I eat fatty foods. Or just eat the wrong thing. My doctor said we don't have to take the gallbladder out right now. Just avoid those foods. Huh? Me and my husband are quite confused? Any responses as to why you would leave a faulty gallbladder that is causing pain in you?
you can be having upper gastro issues such as gerd and when you eat,it causes issues,,,i have that same thing,and y gallbladder and stuff is also ok,but i do get some reflux and occasional burning in the throat,so i know what y issues are...but i get the pain,and the pain in the back too.....and it can be caused by gerd.
I ended up in the ED after being floored with such awful upper abdominal pain radiating into my back! I had my gallbladder removed but I found that this did not improve anything!!! Now, a couple of years later....I have been diagnosed with sphincter of oddi dysfunction! Perhaps google this and see if this sounds like you!
Hiya Annie, I had my gallbladder removed a little over 2 weeks ago, and those first few days it was difficult to eat. For one thing, I didn't have much of an appetite. When I did try to eat - which was usually clear broth or a can of low-fat Progresso chicken noodle soup, I couldn't swallow it because of pain in my throat. I took mew about a week before I was able to really get my appetite back. I stuck with soft foods that first week.
Last week I started getting a burning pain in my upper abdomen right below my sternum. Sometimes it's a burning pain and sometimes it's just pain, it's hard to describe but it's really high up in my stomach. Along with the pain I was getting the chills. The chills seemed to have subsided but I still have the pain and now I have constant belching, more so after I eat or drink anything. I have never had this before. I have been on protonix for a couple of days but it doesn't seem to help.
So if any of you are experiencing the same type of pain as I did, having my gallbladder removed has taken away the pain. I hope this is helpfull to someone.
Can you have gallbladder pain for a week and then have it go away? Do the attacks usually recur after a certain amount of time? I had pain for a little over a week but have felt fine since then. I'm scheduled to have a HIDA scan done on December 31st. Just wondering if it's common for these symptoms to occur, be quite severe, and then just seemingly disappear. Thanks!
I never had any medical issues before then except a cold or streph throat. Anyway, I'm suppose to have decompression surgery jan 17 but I started having pain on my right side accompanied by nausea/ vomiting. I went to my primary and she thinks I have gallbladder infection. So she said I won't be cleared for surgery because they will Need to remove that first. I'm having the ultrasound today @3pm to confirm dx. It's like my whole body is giving up on me. This *****!!!!!!!!
I had a procedure where they looked down my throat and they told me i had a hiatial hernia. The symptoms i am having are as follows. I had a massive attack the other day that convinced me it was a heart attack.(pain under ribs in middle) By the time I got to the hospital about 30 mins, it had passed, I opted to go see my family DR the next day. I was nauseated and did vomit a few times that night. The next day my Dr did an Ultra Sound on the G-bladder.
Today was just as bad as yesterday, but at least I dont feel wacky like I have in the past with anesthesia thats a big help. Unfortunetly, I have had the same pain stabbing pain below my ribs several times today, that was thought to be my "Gallbladder" pain, and should be gone. The HIDA scan did put my function at 7%, so it wasnt for nothing, but I sure hope that I am not stuck with this pain.
I cant take this much longer while we are playing the waiting gae.... Also when you had your gallbladder pain, did it hurt when you moved? I mean when i bend or turn a certain way it fees as thou im twisting or somthing is going on in that same spot? Normal? Could it be something else other then GB?
However, both of my grandmothers and aunt went through the same exact symptoms and had their gallbladder removed and the got better. Gallbladder disease is a gentic factor so could this be the cause of my pain? I have been trying to avoid going to the doctor because I don't want to miss too many days of school and have to withdraw with the semester almost over. I have a doctors appointment Monday but the pain and symptoms have been consistant EVERYDAY for the last week or two.
Is this a clear indication of gallbladder diease? I have been experiencing alot of pain over the last three years and I can't get a hold of my doctor to find out.
Gallbladder can do the same! I never had any pain or tenderness in my actual gallbladder but thought I was having a heart attack and or aortic aneurysm because the pain and discomfort you are describing was the same for me. Thyroid issues can cause gastric problems as well as TamraW stated above. I hope you find your answer soon!
Once they diagnosed gallstones and pressed down on my gallbladder, I recognised the pain immediately. I realised that I had been living with the pain for well over 20yrs. Thinking back, I had my first bad attack in my late 20s. I was in work. I was ceased by severe pain. I couldn't breathe. I couldn't move. I went to the site nurse. She told me I was a 'silly girl wearing her bra too tight!
It started with a small, lumpy feeling in my throat. Now that feeling has progressed to pain in my chest. The pain starts at the base of my throat where I feel that lumpy feeling down to about the middle of my sternum. I have constant pain and it radiates more to the right side of my body. I also had some pain in my shoulder. It also have the feeling in my throat and chest of having run really hard, but this is at rest. It is like a cool feeling with the pain.
This all sounds way too familiar to me... see my post titled "Upper right abdominal pain - Gallbladder has been removed". I've been to my surgeon and had a CT scan, been to a GI specialist and had the old camera shoved down my throat, and even had a chest x-ray. No problems found except "fatty liver infiltration". None of these medical professionals seems to understand that when I say I am in pain, I am in PAIN!
It started with a small, lumpy feeling in my throat. Now that feeling has progressed to pain in my chest. The pain starts at the base of my throat where I feel that lumpy feeling down to about the middle of my sternum. I have constant pain and it radiates more to the right side of my body. I also had some pain in my shoulder. It also have the feeling in my throat and chest of having run really hard, but this is at rest. It is like a cool feeling with the pain.
I was considering gallbladder but the pain is all the time not just with certain foods ( Hida scan 7 months ago showed EF 35%). I am scheduled for a stress test next week just to make sure it's not heart. Could this be heart related? The pain doesn't feel "deep" like I would like to think chest pain would feel. Please give me some idea what you think this might be.
Still have pain in the upper right side (not like pre surgery pain). It almost feels as if there is something there, like when I lay on my left side I cannot put my right arm down infront of me. It just hurts too much. I get really bad pains when I have to make a bm, but have not had anything but constipation even though I'm off the pain killers. I just now am having some pain that is the same as before the surgery, which is the between the shoulderblades pain.
The area where gallbladder was is feeling much better, but pain in right side and towards middle of back is still there, which I may add, is the same pain as I had when I went in to have gallbladder surgery. The only symptoms I had was the pain in right side regarding my gallbladder. I have went back and had tests after tests taken and they can't seem to figure out where the pain is coming from. Right now I am taking Motrin--3 pills 3 times a day.
I ate some cereal today and lied down and now I am up because of the burning in my throat. I drive at night and I have this start as a burning in my throat then pain in my lower back that will go up to my shoulder blades. Tightness in my chest that felt like a vice that surround my back and chest. My stomach felt uneasy and had pain. I noticed that in the last two months I have gain about 15 to 20 pounds and I chew gum and never had heartburn.
I have a burning in the back of my throat, pain in the upper mid section at the sternum, my tongue gets a white coating on it. I went to my md and he put me on Prilosec and Zantac. I have had an ultrasound of my gallbladder and a HIDA scan both normal.
30 am she was rolled up in fetal position with immense pain. gallbladder sludge was found in her gallbladder with sonogram. Now when she eats something her throat and ears feel itchy and she also woke up with a rash on her face and chest Tues. morning. The Dr. couldn't explain or understood why on earth she would have this rash and itchiness. Im concerned because these symptoms have never happened until friday when her gallbladder began to overreact. why the rash and itchiness?
Now I am on 800 mg IBP and anout pain reliever abut I am getting no relief. Still having a full air feeling up through my throat area and ro relief to my right side of back. Any suggestion.....IM desperate!!!
She could look up the symptoms of GERD to see if they fit what she has been experiencing. They symptoms of gallbladder pain are different and she should review those as well. Just type in the keywords plus the word symptoms into any search engine. At any rate she should make an appointment with a gastroentorologist for a consult if she is having ongoing problems so that she can get some relief sooner than later. Best wishes to your friend.
37 year old female with spasms just below breast bone that extend right through to my back between shoulder blades, bloating, some regurgitaion, very sensitive to fatty foods, caffeine and alcohol, burping sometimes provides relief-stomach feels like it is on fire- room temperature water helps a little-feels like I have a lump in my throat or a slight spasm in my throat on right side have tried Zantac, Prevacid, Domperidone, Pepcid and a few others in the past 17 years that I have been dealing
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