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Gallstones can be different sizes. Some are as small as a grain of sand, while others are the size of a golf ball.
The stones can block the bile duct, which can lead to an infection or inflammation of the gallbladder.
Gallstones are a type of medical problem that can lead to life-threatening complications if left untreated.
There are two types of gallstones, one is Types of Cholesterol Stones and Pigment Stones.
Causes like excess cholesterol present in the bile, Presence of excess calcium in the bile and Gallbladder does not clear properly.
Symptoms are Fever and chills, Stomach upset, Excessive pain on the right side of the upper/mid belly, just beneath the ribs, Nausea and vomiting, Eyes and skin turn yellow, Indigestion, heartburn and gastric, Pain on the right shoulder or back.
The doctor will look at your skin and eyes to see if you have jaundice.
You might be asked to point to the area of your stomach where you feel the pain. The doctor might also just check how tender your abdomen is.
The doctor might also use other tests, like a CT scan, MRI scan, HIDA scan, and ERCP.
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