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Liver And Gallbladder

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Liver And Gallbladder: know the basics and functions of your liver and gallbladder in your body. What are the problems associated with liver and gallbladder? Also know the symptoms of stones in your liver and gallbladder.

A large and a meaty organ of the human body, the liver is located towards the right side of the stomach. It weighs around 3 pounds and is reddish-brown in color that feels rubbery on touching. It is not possible to feel the liver normally as it is protected by the rib cage.

The liver is largely divided into two main sections called the left lobe and the right lobe. The gallbladder is located under the liver, with parts of the intestines and pancreas along. The liver and gallbladder together with these organs work in close cooperation to process food; absorb and digest it.

The main task of the liver is filtering of the blood descending from the digestive path, before it can further pass the blood to the rest of the system. Even the detoxification of chemicals and metabolism of drugs is an important function of the liver. The liver is also responsible for the synthesis of proteins important for clotting of blood and other associated functions.


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Functions of the liver and the gallbladder

The liver and gallbladder are metabolically active organs responsible for performing many vital functions of life. Some of the functions of the liver and gallbladder are:

  • Excretion and production of bile salts
  • Excretion of cholesterol, bilirubin, drugs and other hormones
  • Liver and gallbladder perform metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins
  • Activation of enzymes
  • Storage of minerals, glycogen and vitamins
  • Liver and gallbladder also perform synthesis and production of plasma proteins like albumin, and blood clotting factors
  • Blood purification and detoxification


Bile salts are continually being produced and secreted by the liver into the bile ducts in differing amounts. Some of the bile is transported directly into the small intestine and some bile is carried into the gallbladder. The gallbladder is responsible for storing the bile so that it can be squirted from the bile ducts into the small intestine for breaking down the fats after you have consumed a meal containing fats. Gall bladder also acts like a reservoir or a temporary storage that stores excess bile on encountering pressure in the bile ducts. Hence liver and gallbladder are essential organs performing vital roles in the digestive process.


Conditions and problems associated with liver and gallbladder

Several problems associated with the
liver and gallbladder is found in people suffering from random digestive problems:

  • Hepatitis: it is a kind of inflammation happening in the liver that is usually caused by viruses such as hepatitis A, B and C. There are non-infectious causes too for Hepatitis, which include allergic reactions, heavy drinking, obesity or drugs.

  • Cirrhosis: when the liver is damaged for a long term basis from some cause, it can result in permanent scarring known as cirrhosis. The liver gradually loses its ability to perform well.

  • Liver cancer: hepatocellular carcinoma, which is the most common liver cancer type, always occurs mostly when the patient is suffering from cirrhosis.

  • Liver failure: several causes might be responsible for liver failure such as infection, excessive alcohol consumption and genetic diseases. It is harmful both to the liver and gallbladder.

  • Gallstones: these are stone formations that can stick in your bile ducts that drain the liver. In such cases, bile ducts infection and hepatitis can result.


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Symptoms that you might be having gallstones in your liver and gallbladder


Having and suffering from gallstones in the liver and gallbladder has become a common problem today. Because of the laid-back and unhealthy lifestyle of people and lack of nutritional food, these gallstone symptoms of liver and gallbladder are a common sight today. Read on more to see if you are experiencing any.


  •  Symptoms that you have gallstones are often termed as a gallstone "attack" since the attack occurs suddenly.

  • A typical gallstone attack can result in steady pain felt in the upper abdomen that will increase rapidly, lasting from half an hour to several hours.

  • Experiencing severe pain in your back or in between the blades of the shoulder or feeling pain under the right shoulder along with vomiting and nausea.

  •  Gallstone attacks usually occur after fatty meals, and they also might happen during the night times.

  • Other commonly seen gallstone symptoms are indigestion, abdominal bloating, recurring intolerance towards fatty foods, etc.

People going through or experiencing any of the above stated symptoms should consult a doctor as soon as possible. Symptoms of gallstones in the liver and gallbladder are similar to the symptoms of a heart attack, ulcers, appendicitis, hernia, hepatitis and pancreatitis. So, you must go for an accurate diagnosis before it’s too late as it can prove harmful for your life.

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