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How to treat severe pain and nausea from a gall bladder attack?

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Anything to treat severe pain and nausea from a gall bladder attack?

Posted Sun, 28 Oct 2012 in Liver and Gall Bladder
Answered by Dr. Charles S Narasi 18 minutes later
Hello, YYYY@YYYY ,
If you are having an acute attack , you should really
be seen by a physician as soon as possible. Please go
to a nearest medical facility for evaluation and treatment.
There are no home remedies for severe pain or nausea.
Over the counter pain medications like acetaminophen,
naproxen can help minor pain. Benadryl may help control
nausea. But this is not the answer for your problem.
If you have had repeated attacks of inflammation of
your gallbladder, this could be serious. You could end up
with a ruptured gallbladder which is very serious.
You need quick evaluation and proper treatment.
Hope you take this advice and seek proper care.
Wish you well.
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