A problem with the gallbladder can cause chest pain. Symptoms of gallbladder problems include: Pain in the mid- or upper-right section of the abdomen: Most of the time, gallbladder pain comes and goes. However, pain from gallbladder problems ranges from mild and irregular to very severe, frequent pain.
Where does it hurt with gallstones?
One of the most common causes of gallbladder pain is gallstones (also called gallstone disease, or cholelithiasis). Gallstones occur when cholesterol and other substances found in bile form stones. When the stone passes from the gallbladder into the small intestine or become stuck in the biliary duct it can cause pain.
What foods can trigger a gallbladder attack?
Eggs (Research showed that eggs caused symptoms in up to 95% of patients. Try substituting flax seed gel in recipes that require eggs for the “glue”.
Fowl (turkey, chicken)
Dairy (milk, cheese, cream, butter)
Gluten (wheat, barley, rye, spelt, kamut, etc.)
Beans and legumes.
What not to eat with gallbladder problems?
All of the following are healthy foods for your gallbladder, as well as the rest of your body:
Fresh fruits and vegetables.
Whole grains (whole-wheat bread, brown rice, oats, bran cereal)
Lean meat, poultry, and fish.
Low-fat dairy products.