What is gall bladder disease?
Gall bladder disease is caused by the formation of stones in the bladder, called a gall stone, which builds up in the gall bladder, causing the bile (waste) in the gallbladder to build up making the person ill.
What are the symptoms or signs of gall bladder disease?
The symptoms of gall bladder disease vary from person to person, but the signs for this illness are generally the same. For the signs of gall bladder disease, one would experience a bloating of the abdomen, indigestion, frequent passing of gas, frequent burping and belching. These symptoms of gall bladder usually occur after the infected person eats a meal and can cause some tenderness and discomfort under the right area of the rib cage, which is not related to the food intake.
Maybe the reason for this discomfort and the other symptoms is the fact that the bile ducts are blocked, which prevents the fats in foods to be properly digested since there is no bile to digest the food.
The liver is also affected by the lack of bile in the gall bladder, since the liver uses bile to digest its own waste and without the bile for the liver to clean its waste; the liver begins to have problems, causing the person to be even sicker.
Are there treatments or cures for gall bladder diseases?
There is a cure for gall bladder diseases and the cure involves removing the polyps from the gallbladder and the disease will be cured at this point, but there are some cases in which the polyps of the gall bladder, turn cancerous and do require treatment rather than a cure.