Mild gallbladder problems are usually felt in the upper right abdomen as a stabbing pain of varying intensity. In the case of increased symptoms, a doctor’s visit is advisable, since a sonography can be used to easily identify whether gallstones may have developed from the gallbladder problems, which can then cause a backlog to the liver.
Homeopathic remedies can be used concomitantly to relieve pain or discomfort caused by inflammation.
Which homeopathic remedies help?
Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for bile ailments, mild, that best suits your situation.
Burning in the right upper abdomen or gallbladder radiating to the right shoulder blade.
The area of the gallbladder is tender and painful.
Patients have a tendency to biliary colic. The stool is light-colored. Diarrhea and constipation occur alternately. Patients have an aversion to meat and fat.
With cramping pains
Colic pains one to three hours after heavy or overeating. Commonly associated with heartburn and nausea.
Tendency to painful inflammation and changes in the gallbladder, accompanied by severe nausea and a feeling of pressure in the upper abdomen. Increased susceptibility to gallstones, which cause colicky symptoms.
Acute or chronic inflammation of the bile ducts, also with stone or gravel formation. The patient feels cramping upper abdominal pain.
Right -sided, spasmodic to stabbing upper abdominal pain that extends to the right shoulder blade. Also with biliary colic. Extreme tiredness. Mushy, light yellow stool.
lancinating pains with the feeling that the food is like a stone in the stomach. Extreme thirst. Any movement worsens the condition, only rest brings relief.
after heavy, greasy food, feeling of pressure and fullness in the stomach, with rancid belching or vomiting. The patient suffers from thirstlessness and a sticky taste in the mouth.
Causes of gallbladder problems
- food intolerance
- unhealthy lifestyle
- mental stress
Symptoms of bile ailments
The symptoms of mild gallbladder problems can occur especially after eating a fatty meal or consuming alcohol. This includes:
- brown urine
- yellowing of the eyeball
- fatty stools
- bile pain
Further tips and information on treatment
In the case of existing bile problems, regular meals that do not contain too much fat are recommended. Foods that cause bloating, such as legumes, are also not suitable foods for people with biliary disorders.