Gall Bladder Symptoms During Pregnancy | Livestrong.com

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Photo Credit pregnancy #11 image by Adam Borkowski from Fotolia.com Pregnant women are at risk for developing gallbladder problems. Increased hormone levels during pregnancy can interfere with gallbladder function. The University of Maryland Medical Center advises that pregnancy increases the risk for developing gallstones--small deposits that form inside the gallbladder system. In some cases, gallbladder problems decrease after delivery of the baby. Gallbladder complications are generally watched during pregnancy; however, if complications from gallstones or gallbladder disease worsen surgery may be required. Full Article: http://www.livestrong.com/article/195209-gall-bladder-symptoms-during-pregnancy/









and Cholecystokinin (cck) release and gall bladder emptying in response to a fatty meal are completely abolished in celiac disease. and the abnormally decreased gallbladder contraction in celiac patients is the result of endogenous cck secretion and not a lack of end-organ responsiveness to cck. There just isnt much ambiguity there. If youve got celiac disease, you have gall bladder malfunction, of the sort that may well develop into atresia and gallstones. Full Article: http://www.celiac.com/articles/119/1/Gall-Bladder-Disease-and-Celiac-Disease---By-Ronald-Hoggan/Page1.html





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Try breads and cereals that contain whole, various grains and high amounts of fiber. Low-Fat dairy. Plenty of water. This is essential for maintaining the proper amount of water in the bile. Caffeinated coffee and alcohol. Full Article: http://www.livescience.com/42965-gallbladder.html





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F. Elli, S. Ayloo, M. Masrur, L. Full Article: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/05/140506190545.htm