Launch of New Website on Gall Bladder Symptoms
01/30/2011

Gall bladder is a very small organ situated close to the liver and serves the purpose of storing & releasing bile. Gall bladder is known to cause many different problems such as inflammation of the organ, gallstones and colic

Online PR News – 30-January-2011 – – Gall bladder is a very small organ situated close to the liver and serves the purpose of storing & releasing bile. Gall bladder is known to cause many different problems such as inflammation of the organ, gallstones and colic. It is important for all of us to check Gall Bladder Symptoms and take immediate steps to correct them.

Problem in your gall bladder can cause colic or jaundice. Many times stone development in the organ remains unnoticed and can become a serious problem if proper treatment is not done. The stone formation blocks the passage of bile flow to digestive track which results in pain and digestive problems.

A new website has launched recently which tries to explain more about gall bladder symptoms and what we can do to recognize those symptoms and take preventive as well as corrective steps. The website has various sections which provide details about organ’s:

1. Dysfunction
2. Pain treatment
3. Removal complications
4. Related pains
5. Cancer symptoms
6. Attacks
7. Diet after surgery
8. Types of surgeries

The various sections have been arranged clearly to provide as much information as possible to visitors coming to the site to know more about gall bladder symptoms.

By browsing the website you will be able to know more about the different gall bladder symptoms such as:

1. Chest pain in right section
2. Queasiness or nausea
3. Gas & vomiting
4. Bleching, diarrhea and constipation
5. Change in the color of the stools
6. Unpleasant burps after meals
7. Intense pain which spreads through into your back

Thus as it can be easily figured out, the pain caused by gall bladder problems can be really frightening and to relieve the pain till a complete treatment is done is to stop eating greasy foods and eat more of vegetables & fruits. Increased water intake and food which have more fiber is also advised.

The website also brings to our notice the higher risk women have of gall bladder problems due to the presence of female hormones estrogen & progesterone. Women face gall bladder symptoms such as high fever, skin turning yellowish, chronic diarrhea and vomiting. For pregnant women the risk is greater due to the higher bile production. Recognizing the symptoms is also difficult during pregnancy as vomiting and nausea is often associated problems during pregnancy also and makes it difficult to know if they are gall bladder symptoms.

The different categories on this website provide all the information you need right from the time you feel that you have gall bladder symptoms up to the time when you have undergone surgery and are now planning the right diet after surgery. It is a site which tries to answer all the questions that a person may have in relation to gall bladders and problems related to it.