What Causes Gallstones And Gallbladder Pain – Relief, Symptoms And Treatment
There are a range of gallbladder pain related problems such as biliary colic, cholecystitis, pancreatitis, and ascending cholangitis but above all others, the most common is gallstones. The symptoms vary in scope and the pain associated with gallstones can sometimes be triggered by certain foods. Sometimes people have pain intermittently or constantly; is abdominally related or sometimes radiates to the back; and is mild to severe depending on the exact underlying cause.
Understanding The Cause Of The Gallbladder Symptoms
To begin in understanding the cause of the pain, one must understand the gallbladder itself. The gallbladder is an organ connected to the liver via ducts. Through these ducts, bile is supplied to the gallbladder for storage. Hormones in the body trigger the gallbladder to release bile into the digestive system, helping to break down fats and amino acids after eating a meal.
The issues commonly associated with gallbladder pain relates directly to the formation of gallstones. Gallstones form when there is an overabundance of cholesterol and other substances found in bile that go on to form stones. This stone passes from the gallbladder into the small intestine or sometimes becomes stuck in a duct thereby causing pain. When this happens, the pain that it creates causes what is known as a ‘gallbladder attack’. Pain in your gallbladder can also be caused if the abundance of bile backs up into the gallbladder, causing it to swell and creating a range of pain throughout the upper half of the body up to the neck. The pain can be sharp or dull; can last for several hours potentially; can be triggered by greasy, fried or fatty foods; and can be so intense that it resembles a heart attack.
In Up To 50% Of Gallbladder Surgeries, Pain May Persist
Getting a diagnosis from a healthcare professional should reveal the true cause of your gallbladder pain. When this cause has been found, the debate becomes on how to address it. For immediate relief, natural remedies such as apple cider vinegar might work. For long-term relief, many doctors recommend surgery to remove the gallbladder altogether but even in this removal, the real cause is not being addressed and in up to 50% of cases the gallbladder symptoms and sharp pain may persist or potentially worsen even with the gallbladder removed. (1)
Effective Means To End Gallbladder Symptoms And Pain
The most effective form of gallbladder pain treatment in the long-term is to address the root cause. This can be done through a natural, healthy therapy that dissolves the gallstones and liver congestion.
Through the successful dissolving of gallstones and limiting the causes that create gallstones, one can avoid blockages of the ducts by the gallstones, can avoid infections or irritations caused by sludge or inflammation, and will allow a patient to lead a healthy, pain-free life. To diagnose your gallbladder pain, seek the counsel of a healthcare professional and ensure that the treatment method decided upon is addressing the root cause. There is a non-surgical, natural means to end a gallbladder attack that is highly effective at stopping the pain and removing the cause of the symptoms. To learn more about non-surgical and natural approaches to health such as the Pulverexx Protocol visit https://doctoreden.org/gallbladder-treatment/.
1.  Bates T, Ebbs SR, Harrison M, A’Hern RP. Influence of cholecystectomy on symptoms. Br J Surg1991; 78:964 – 7.