My Gallbladder is not working properly I was told it works a 4%. Is this a good reason to remove it. ?

Oct 6
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My Gallbladder is not working properly I was told it works a 4%. Is this a good reason to remove it. ?
I get some nausea and feel very full with certain foods, that I feel it needs to come out. I was told that with surgery I would feel better but it scares me because I heard that we need the gallbladder and that if there is no stones there is no need to get it removed. My surgery will be done in 3 weeks and im confused? Please I need an answer especially if you are a doctor

Answer by K A Romayne W
We don’t need the GB, but it does serve a very useful purpose – storage of bile, so that only the amount required to deal with the fat intake of any meal is released at the time it is needed for digestion. I had mine removed at 17 with only grit and inflammation and suffered a fair lot afterwards but more because of my age than the op itself. However, one lifelong problem I and many others have had since is chronic diarrhoea – not so bad as to make life hugely difficult, but a problem more times than not. The reason for this is that bile is a natural laxative and thus once the GB is removed, it just continually drains into the digestive system. In itself, not really a reason to not have the op, but I would consider if your GB is only working about 4% and without stones etc, then it’s probably not a big enough reason to rush into the op. Of course, the other side of the coin is that if it’s not working fully, you may be more prone to stone production, and I doubt anyone would ever want to remind themselves how painful biliary colic is if they’ve ever had it!! So it’s a bit like having a preventative appendectomy – better out than in, in the long run! HTH.

Answer by onlymatch4u
99% of all gallbladder surgeries are unnecessary. You need to evaluate this very carefully because it will impact the rest of your life and how you digest fats and oils.

Yes the gallbladder is necessary, but you can survive without it. The real question you have to answer is the definition of “survive.” What the do is disconnect your bile duct and reattach it to the small intestine. The liver produces bile and sends it to the gallbladder for storage. Your gallbladder is basically a storage tank. It holds the bile until you eat some fat or oil and when the fat or oil gets to your small intestine, it stimulates the cells there and they secrete CCK that is a hormone that causes your gallbladder to squeeze and send bile to the small intestine to break down the fats or oils as part of the digestion process.

If you don’t have a gallbladder, the bile constantly flows from the liver to the small intestines, whether you have fat and oil there or not. This bile then constantly flows down your intestines. Your liver is responsible for reconjugating the bile to clean it up, basically and use it again.

So now, the real problem is that when you take out the gallbladder, you are not fixing the real problem. Bad Bile. The reason your gallbladder gets stones and you get pain is that the bile that the liver is making is not good and also, if you are on a low fat diet, the bile sits in the gallbladder and becomes viscous and then crystallizes to make stones.

So to treat the symptoms, like all doctors do, is to leave you with another whole set of problems. Yes, your pain will stop, but your life sentence will begin.

Doesn’t it seem more logical to fix the “root cause” of the problem? Since doctors know so little about nutrition and only have drugs and surgery as their solutions, you most likely will not get that alternative to use nutrition to solve your problem from them. Additionally, it is not as quick a solution and they could not charge the large amount of money by solving the issue with nutrition and they may even lose you as a customer during your life sentence.

I suggest if you are not doubling over and dying from this issue, that you take a deep breath and try the alternative. You can always have the surgery if it doesn’t work for you, right? But if you have the surgery, that’s it, end of story.

The nutrition method is in two steps. 1st you clean your gallbladder and liver and then step 2 is to change your diet and make yourself healthy so you won’t have these problems again.

The first step is to make your bile more watery and to open the throat of the gallbladder so it can pass viscous bile and small stones easier. This takes about 3 – 4 weeks. You will start feeling much better fairly quickly from this.

After you have done that, you need to do a series of coffee enemas for about 13 weeks ( 3 per week ).

Once you have completed this process, you should feel very good and your skin will look much better as a result. The next step is to get on a good healthy diet that will supply your body with the right oils and the right quantity.

The total cost for this entire plan will be most likely far less than $ 100 and as I said, you can always have the expensive surgery done if for some reason does not work, but that is highly unlikely given the large number of people it has worked for.

If you want to try this approach, let me know by e-mail and I will gladly send you all the information on what and where to buy the nutrients for the complete process.

good luck

Answer by native c
Absolutely!

Answer by Voelven
My father kept getting stones in his gall-bladder and had the same problems as you with nausea. He had his gall-bladder removes a few years ago (while he was in his early 60s) and he is doing much better now than he was before.

Each case is different though, if you’re worried, I would suggest that you talk to your doctor about the pros and cons, and whether your gall-bladder can gain more functionality. Perhaps you would also feel better if you could get a second opinion – not from a bunch of random people here on Yahoo!, but from another doctor.

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Would you please tell me what’s the reason for these symptoms?

Aug 12
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Would you please tell me what’s the reason for these symptoms?
I started to feel tired and weak all the time and always feel sleepy and I have a severe constipation that hardly respond to laxative pills and also have loss of appetite and nausea. What medical condition can cause these symptoms?

Answer by julie ann
We are not doctors but I suggest you see one asap.
All the best

Answer by J B
Constipation can cause most of your symptoms. You need to stop the laxatives because soon, your bowel cannot function without them and you can give yourself a lifetime of problems by using laxatives. Go to WebMd.com and type in constipation and read the recommendations there. Changing your diet and dramatically increasing your daily water intake may help stop this problem. When your bowel if full of stool, your body is telling you not to put any more food in there because there is no place for it to go and your body tells you this by nausea and loss of appetite. And, taking a daily stool softener or fiber building med like Miralax may help you be more regular. Also, milk of magnesia is mild and can be used for temporary bouts of constipation.

Answer by Rockford
low thyroid can cause fatigue and constipation.

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What could be the reason for why I bruise so easily?

Jul 28
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What could be the reason for why I bruise so easily?
I’m a thirteen year old female. I bruise veryyyy easily. Also, I always feel sick(nausea), headaches, i feel weak, and extremely fatigued, Also my body has a lot of aches and pains. My stomach hurts when you press down on it as well. What could be the cause for this?
Also, I do eat a well balanced diet and have been loosing weight.

Answer by Tink
No way to tell without a blood test.
Guessing otherwise….could be anything.
Do you eat a well balanced diet?

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If i have an itchy throat after eating chocolates with nuts, what could the reason be?

Jul 6
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If i have an itchy throat after eating chocolates with nuts, what could the reason be?
i also have slight nausea, and react the same way to cookies, brownies, cake, donuts etc. Could anybody please tell me what it could be due to?

Answer by Annabee
gluten allergy?
or maybe your body just doesn’t like the sugar…
wish I had that reaction lol

Answer by websnozz
There’s so many ingredients in those it could be anything from nut allergy to wheat allergy. There are tests doctors can do to help identify food allergies, but sometimes is hard to pin down.

Answer by Marianne
You might be allergic to gluten. Get it checked out as soon as possible, because untreated allergies could result in serious problems. For now, try to avoid refined sugars and most carbs. Also try to avoid products containing gluten.

Answer by Parker
nuts is a allergens

Answer by James
Either a gluten or nut allergy by the sounds of it. Or possibly even wheat. Nuts in chocolate bars tend to go down funny with a few people because of the different textures in your mouth when swallowing, but its worth having a word with your doctor in case you have developed an allergy.

Answer by Adele
There are actually dozens of symptoms caused by the ‘inability to digest Gluten’. Gluten is a very large protein found in grass grains. In sensitive people Gluten actually damages the intestine – leading to disease. Different forms of Gluten are present in a number of grass grains including: Wheat, Rye, Barley, Triticale, Kamut, Spelt and Oats.

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I often feel nauseous during the day for no reason at all. What could be the problem?

Jul 31
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I often feel nauseous during the day for no reason at all. What could be the problem?
Often, during the day, I’ll feel like I want to throw up. My eyes water and I get a “gagging” feeling as if I’m about to vomit, though I’ve never physically vomited before because of this nauseous feeling. My eyes will start to water and the only solution I’ve been able to come up with is slowly taking deep breaths until the nausea finally goes away. Why could this be happening?
I’m a male, so pregnancy is not the problem.

Answer by SXYBORICUA
PREGNANT IF UR A F
GO TO A DOCTOR

Answer by godsrecoveringchild
pregnant if u r female or shes pregnant if male both need dr

Answer by Dee
Panic or anxiety attack? Also could be a vitamin deficiency. Definitely go see a doctor. Feel better.

Answer by little_number_1
you may be eating alot of fried foods.you shold have your cholestorel checked…sounds pretty dangerous.

Answer by unagoodwin17
Could be a variety of things. Could be panic, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome. You should get it checked out.

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Why do I have the the feeling to vomit for no reason? and I know that I am not pregnant.?

Mar 18
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Why do I have the the feeling to vomit for no reason? and I know that I am not pregnant.?
Throughout the day during random times I get the sudden urge to vomit. My stomach starts to feel upset and I don’t seem sick with a virus or anything I just feel like vomiting and my head starts to hurt. I feel the need to stick my finger down my throat or make myself throw up just so I will stop feeling like I need to throw up. It don’t matter what I am doing or where I am I just have the need to vomit. This just started happening to me here recently but if anyone knows or has a feeling they know why will you please tell me cause it is really strange to me.
I dont know if being vegetarian has anything to do with it, and no I dont seem to be stressed out. I dont know.

Answer by Serendipity
go to the doctor and have your pancreas checked out.

Answer by mameng
the answer will be best provided by your primary physician. consult him/her. he/she will be the best person to answer that question. it’s difficult to give responses esp re: health when one can’t have or give a complete medical history and physical exam.

Answer by mckayla
I get like that sometimes. Usually it’s triggered by nerves. If i’m really nervous about something, or there is a big change happening, or going to happen in my life, without even realizing that i’m nervous, I feel like i’m going to vomit. (Example: I’ve been living in China for 1 year, in 2 weeks I will return to canada) I’ve been feeling the random nautiousness for a few days now. If it’s really serious, go see a doctor, but maybe if you’re more stressed than usual, take some time to try and calm down. I find that talking to someone close to you often helps too. Good Luck!

Answer by sc_usc_fan
I used to dry heave every morning. (The action of vomiting without anything coming up.) That was stress related. Have you been overly stressed lately?

Answer by Krissy
have you been eating properly?somtetimes if you don’t get enough iron, you will start to feel sleepy, and vomit without actually feeling sick, it happened to me when i was 14 and i ended up in hospital for 1 week. also i would have things like your pancreas checked out by doctor also check for gall stones, especially if you start getting pain when u need to vomit that could be the problem too.

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What could the reason be that i have fatigue, gas bubbles and frequent urination?

Sep 29
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What could the reason be that i have fatigue, gas bubbles and frequent urination?
Oh and constant hunger, certain food don’t taste nice anymore, sometimes I’m hungry then can’t eat, nausea, and sometimes I gas or poop a lot… Why?

Answer by greengo
check for diabetes would be the first thing.
You need to make the appointment with the doctor.

Answer by Wulfdog
Would probably help if you posted little more information such as: Sex, Age, Weight, have you changed your diet or started taking a new medication, or a new routine. All these would help to pinpoint some possible cause. Other than that, most people can’t help figure out anything from the limited amount of information you’ve given. We all poop and we all have gas, and some of us get nausea and frequent urination and hunger. Could be you need to start eating some yogurt or Activia to replenish your flora of intestinal bacteria, maybe you got some bad ones in there that need to be replaced by some new ones. Probably wouldn’t hurt to try some good yogurt if you’re not allergic to yogurt. If you are then I guess you’d need to see a doctor or eat some dirt. Just kidding about the dirt.

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Why do I have the the feeling to vomit for no reason? and I know that I am not pregnant.?

Sep 3
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Why do I have the the feeling to vomit for no reason? and I know that I am not pregnant.?
Throughout the day during random times I get the sudden urge to vomit. My stomach starts to feel upset and I don’t seem sick with a virus or anything I just feel like vomiting and my head starts to hurt. I feel the need to stick my finger down my throat or make myself throw up just so I will stop feeling like I need to throw up. It don’t matter what I am doing or where I am I just have the need to vomit. This just started happening to me here recently but if anyone knows or has a feeling they know why will you please tell me cause it is really strange to me.
I dont know if being vegetarian has anything to do with it, and no I dont seem to be stressed out. I dont know.

Answer by nycIV
YOU HAVE TO BE WITHIN, THINK, WHAT IS GOING ON IN YOUR LIFE THAT YOU ARE SUPPRESSING?

Answer by Krystle V
Well think about your diet and any changes in your diet that could possibly contribute to this. It’s possible that time or location may be a part as well. Pay attention to any patterns in diet, smells ect. If there seems to be a pattern then speak to a docotr becasue it may be an allergy or a lack of nutrition that can be treated. If you have recently become a vegitarian or changed your diet in any way, this may be treated with a supplement.

Answer by brittanie w
i know how you feel. you could always go to the doctor to make sure youre not pregnant. i have that same feeling now.

Answer by Dr V
This is a very complicated issue. Not much information to go with. Nausea is a very difficult symptom as it is frequently associated with a variety of diseases. Migraine headaches are a common cause of this and may also explain your headaches. Aside from that, the differential diagnosis is very broad (food allergy (like msg), motion sickness, gastritis, stomach ulcers, even brain tumors–which is very very unlikely). I would recommend that if this is a chronic problem (>1-2 weeks) you see a physician for evaluation.

Answer by mpact
Gastritis, stenosis of the distal part ofthe stomach, intake of any egular medicines? kidney failure, hepatitis? there could be several causes, needs further invetigations like Ultrasound Scan of Abdomen, Blood tests, Gatroscopy

Answer by chevyraiders1976
maybe you have acid reflux desease

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Do you even feel like vomiting for no particular reason?

Jun 18
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Do you even feel like vomiting for no particular reason?
So sometimes when I’m sad I feel like vomiting and I haven’t ever actually vomited but I can’t stop this feeling. What can be the cause? I am sure it’s not anyhow connected with food .

Answer by John
Actually there is something in your stomach that sends a message to want to vomit. Me I always get the feeling when I’m angry or sad so I just do it. It feels better and I feel more relaxed.

Answer by Lilcrazy
We all have different bodies, your body just happens to get that feeling when your sad. Maybe being sad to you makes you nervoise.
You may need to go to a physiatrist to talk to you and get you over that feeling.Its all in you and you can stop it. No, it doeesnt have nothing to do with food btw ;P
Hope i Kinda helped

Answer by M3wad
Vagus nerve stimulation, a part of the involuntary nervous system which innervate the stomach

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What is the reason for this sudden feel of vomiting?

May 18
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What is the reason for this sudden feel of vomiting?
Occasionally, suddenly my dad gets this feeling of vomiting and he is all bent over trying to induce it but nothing really comes out? This feeling lasts for about 5 minutes. What is the reason for this? Is this something to be worried about? Thank you.
Just to clear up the situation he doesn’t have any STDs.

Answer by Rachael
It could simply be a sore throat coming on. I know many people who, when they get a sore throat, they get that feeling of vomiting- but never do.

Answer by Juventus
Vomiting is a very common symptom of many different syndromes. He would need to go to a gastroenteroligist to be properly diagnosed. Self diagnosing is never a good thing.

Answer by JRT75
The sore throat one is good, it always happens. Maybe he has an autoimmune disease or something is wrong with his digestive system.

Answer by chu-chi
that happens to me before it is becuase maybe ha has alot of stress which might upset his stomach and when he eats maybe he feels like he is going to vomit or sometime in the morning that happens sometimes the body in not used to eating so early

Answer by casey_johnson92
Well, I mean how long has been going on? If it has been awhile then it isn’t life threating. Also, if it isn’t worsening then it isn’t serious.

However, it is causing your Dad complications. I would recommend going to the Doctor. Try and think about what he does prior to this “sudden feel of vomiting”. It’s more than likely something mild and may need a Doctors help figuring it out.

Answer by shutterbugns
Go to the Doctor. He may have Pilori…a stomach bacteria that needs massive amounts of anitbotics to clear up…..however, it would make me randomly vomit at any given time. That may be the cause..

Answer by BabyCats
Hi; Hope that this answer can help you & your Dad… My friend was feeling nausea in the mornings and after extensive tests were done she was found to have pancreatic cancer! Have your dad tested ASAP cause the sooner they diagnos PC the SOONER they can treat it with a much higher survival rate!! I hope that I am wrong about his illness — but with the nausea symptom —- it is a possibility! Sorry hun, my friend was not so lucky & she only has a few days left to live. she is 70 years old & was diagnosed in Feb. 2008.

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