Only homeopathic remedies can cure Gallstone (sometime mis-spelt as Gall Stones or Gall Stone) is the solidified bile in the biliary ducts. It causes colics in abdominal area. Gallstones can be ascertained only through sonographic analysis.
The ordinary gallstones are cholesterol, black pigment, and brown pigment.
The majority of gallstones do not cause their symptoms.
Generally the symptoms of gallstones are biliary colic.
Gallstones do not cause intolerance to fatty foods, belching, abdominal distention, or gastric problems.
Complications of gallstones may induce gangrene of the gallbladder, jaundice, pancreatitis, sepsis, fistula, and ileus.
The best single test for ascertaining gallstones is trans-abdominal ultrasonography.
Pains extend from the gallbladder region to the stomach and sometimes to the shoulder
Pain can be worse when the person is standing up, and from changing position
The person may be constipated and have a tendency toward gout or joint pains
Abdomen may feel swollen on the right and be very sensitive to pressure
Worse from stooping
Worse from standing, worse from exertion, and better from lying on the painful side
Who tire easily, feel cold and sluggish with clammy hands and feet, crave sweets, and tend to feel anxious
Pain extends to the back, right shoulder, and shoulder-blade
Pain is worse from motion, and lying on the left with the legs drawn up
Person may feel nauseous, especially after eating fat or drinking something cold
Warm drinks stay down more easily
Make a person double over or want to lie down and put hard pressure on the abdomen
Aggravated physical symptoms after feeling angry or emotional, especially after suppressing those feelings.
Abdominal bloating, flatulence, and discomfort
Worse from eating, and the pains may extend from the right side to the left
Craves sweets, prefers warm drinks, and may feel worse in the late afternoon and evening
Digestive cramps and nausea, along with a general feeling of chilliness
May crave fats, strong spicy foods, alcohol, coffee and other stimulants, and feel worse from having them
A feeling of weakness, sinking, or emptiness
Heat may also be felt in the area
Constipation with clay-colored stools that are dry and hard to pass may alternate with watery diarrhea