Having stones in the kidney, and gallbladder has become a very common problem. Especially patients with bladder stones are increasing very fast all over the world. The gallbladder stone issue has become quite common in most women of 30 to 50 years. Women are more likely to have gallbladder stones than men. When there is a stone in the gallbladder, we often feel that this pain is only around the stomach, but it is not so, the pain of a gallbladder stone can occur in other parts of the body besides the stomach. Today, in this article, we will know in detail where the pain of gallbladder stones occurs.
What is the reason for having stones in the gallbladder?
The reasons for this are not yet clearly revealed. However, most experts say that gallbladder stones can be caused due to unhealthy lifestyles, wrong diet, and lack of water. Apart from this, people suffering from lifestyle diseases like obesity, diabetes, and hypertension are more likely to have gallbladder stones.
Where does the pain of gall bladder stones occur?
In the early stages, there are no symptoms of gallbladder stone. But when infection or stone gets stuck in the neck of the gallbladder, it affects many parts of the body. Due to this, you can have pain in many parts of the body. This pain can also be due to gas, because there is a lot of gas in the gall bladder stone, due to which there is a possibility of pain in many parts.
- Pain in the upper right part of the abdomen
- Severe pain under the chest bone
- Sudden sharp and deep pain in the middle of the abdomen
- You may also experience pain in the shoulder joints.
- There is a pain in the back and right shoulder.
- Gallstone pain can last from a few minutes to a few days.
The severity of gall bladder stone
There is no cure for gallbladder stones yet. Because of this, problems like jaundice, and gas in the stomach can increase a lot.
If there is a stone in the gallbladder, it is possible to treat it with the help of surgery.
Sometimes the problem of urine infection increases due to gall bladder stones.