Why is jaundice a symptom of gallstones?

Answer When a person with gallstones develops jaundice--a yellowing of the skin and eyes--it is a sign of a serious bile duct blockage. Jaundice is not always due to gallstones, nor do gallstones always c... Read More »

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How big are gallstones?

Gallstones are clumps of material that form in the bile of the gallbladder. Cholesterol and pigment stones can form in the gallbladder and cause severe pain. They vary in size, and can develop as a... Read More »


OUCH!! my brother passed a gallstone once, he said it was like a male equivalence of giving birth...ask your doctor for some pain killers for sure...good luck and remember, "pain is just an illusio... Read More »

How to Dissolve Gallstones?

Gallstones are a common digestive problem in which hardened digestive fluid forms various sized, stone-like structures in the gallbladder, which is a small organ on the right side of the abdomen. T... Read More »

Can you feel gallstones?