While gall bladder symptoms in women are more to occur than they do in men, men actually have more serious complications from gallstones.
The most common gall bladder symptoms in men are:
- Pain in his gallbladder region: Men’s gallbladders are located right below their liver, on the right side of their body half way between their throat and belly button. The pain be sharp and sudden, or a chronic ache.
- Pain in his abdominal region: Though his gallbladder may be having problems, other parts of his abdomen may hurt as well. The pain can be continual or when he presses on different parts of her abdomen.
- Pain in his right shoulder blade: Gallbladder pain can be felt in his right shoulder blade.
- Yellow eyes or skin: The whites of his eyes or skin can become slightly yellow, or jaundiced.
- Bloating, gas, or different looking stool: If his gallbladder isn’t working correctly, it can affect the rest of his digestive tract.
- Fever, nausea, and vomiting: While these symptoms can indicate other health issues, they are also tied to gallbladder problems.
There are many different symptoms of gall bladder problems and each type of problem has different symptoms associated it with it. Please read about different types of gallbladder disease to see which symptoms are tied to each gallbladder problem.