Gastroenterologist Pomoinetskaya named the symptoms of poor bile outflow

Gastroenterologist Olga Pomoinetskaya named the symptoms of poor bile flow and bile quality. She wrote about this on herblog.

  • Polyps that lead to the formation of stones, what causes the removal of the gallbladder
  • Poor absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins leads to dry skin, dull hair
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Constipation
  • < li>Dysbacteriosis

  • Increased biochemical parameters: ALT/AST
  • Increased cholesterol
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Fatty hepatosis
  • Bloating
  • Parasitosis

“Everything in our body is interconnected, so long-term dysfunction of the liver and gall bladder leads to a general imbalance,” the doctor noted.

Gall bladder diseases can include various conditions:

gallbladder dyskinesia
gallbladder cancer.

Gallstones occur when stones form in the gallbladder, which can lead to colic and other symptoms.

Cholecystitis is an inflammation of the gallbladder and can be caused by an infection or blockage of the bile ducts.

Dyskinesia of the gallbladder is associated with a violation of its contractile function, which leads to pain and digestive problems.

Symptoms of cholelithiasis:

  • Pain in the right hypochondrium, they can be acute and paroxysmal.
  • Pain may spread to the back or right shoulder.
  • Feeling of heaviness or discomfort in the abdomen after eating fatty or heavy foods.
  • Change in appetite, nausea or vomiting after eating.< /li>
  • Yellowishness of the skin and eyes (jaundice), which occurs when the bile ducts are blocked by a stone.
  • Changes in the color of urine and stool.
  • Bloating and a feeling of fullness after eating.< /li>

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