Biliary colic

What is Biliary colic?

It is a medical term for severe pain in the right upper abdomen due to a stone that obstructs biliary duct.

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Generally, would someone with cholecystitis look and feel unwell, with symptoms such as nausea, fever, loss of appetite etc.?...

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Brief Answer:
Your symptoms corroborate with Cholecystitis.

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Hello,
The symptoms you mention are definitely a part of...

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Good evening Dr XXXXXXX I have been diagnosed with biliary colic.The doioctor just gave me a buscopan injection.Right now I again have pain.The...

doctor1 MD

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Require ultrasound to rule out gall stones

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Hello, Sir

I can certainly understand your concern.

Biliary colic might...

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Can gallstones cause cramps? I have been having cramps titht side for two days. I konpw i have galsstones, but are cramps a sign of bile duct...

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Yes the gall stones can block the ducts causing pain

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Welcome to HCM. The pain is colicky meaning that it comes and...

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