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Bloated, belching, vomiting, gall stone attacks. On buscopan, paracetamol. Gall bladder to be removed. Treatment?

Hi, ive got a large Gallstone (been sacnned twice)!! and had episodes and attacks for years now, hope to get my gallbladder removed soon, but the last 5 days ive had a non stop attack which has been really painful, buscopan and paracetomol killers keeps the edge of it, but why is this episode lasting so long? i am really bloated and keep belching up vomit , any suggestions? im just so uncomfortable with it :-(
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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dear friend, the current episode could be due to and impacted (stuck ) stone in the duct of gall bladder.
if you also run fever ,vomits , bloating etc. it could be an infected gall bladder..

pl. seek medical attention soon.

pl. keep me posted..
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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