Maybe you are considering a gallbladder cleanse, gallbladder flush or liver and kidney cleanse because you suspect you have gallstones. Here is a list of gallstone symptoms, if you relate to them then maybe you have gallstones. There are many cleanses you can do, based on a combination of apple juice, lemon juice and olive oil. The other option is laparoscopic surgery to remove the gallbladder which some people think is rather drastic.

You can have gallstones for years and not know it. In fact they grow for a long time before they become a problem.

The gallbladder is situated on the right hand side under the last rib. Often people get mild pain around the gallbladder area for a while before a gallbladder attack. If you get an attack, the pain is so intense you think you are having a heart attack. People are often hospitalized and the gallbladder is removed.

While the only certain way of diagnosing gallstones is with an ultrasound scan, you can still discover if you have them by reading the following

Stone Freelist of common symptoms. If you have gallstones:

  • You get intense pain on the right side lasting 30 minutes to a few hours. You may get this pain and then not get it again for 6-12 months.
  • You have pain on the right side underneath the lowest rib, especially after eating fatty foods or dairy foods or at night.
  • Pain in the back between the shoulder blades
  • Bloated feeling, especially in the evening.
  • Pain under the right shoulder which gets worse when you inhale deeply.
  • Burping with a bad taste in the mouth
  • Frequent flatulence
  • Frequent indigestion
  • Perspiring, especially after eating, although that may mean you have a liver problem.
  • Nausea and vomiting. It you vomit because of gallstones it may mean they are getting worse. Often you just feel like you are about to vomit.
  • Call your doctor if you have a fever, your skin goes yellow, your urine goes dark or your stools are very light brown. Then things could be getting serious.
  • Gallstones can occur in anyone, but is more common in women and the over 45 and those that are considered overweight.
  • Sudden weight loss can cause gallstones. 




This does not constitute medical advice, if your symptoms are bad or you are in lots of pain, go and see your doctor.