Some warning signs of gallbladder problems include nausea, fever or chills, jaundice and persistent diarrhea. The gallbladder is located underneath the liver and stores bile, which helps in fat digestion, notes WebMD.
Gallbladder problems often have symptoms that come and go. These problems are usually not serious but should be treated to avoid any further complications, states Healthline. Some examples of gallbladder problems include gallstones, inflammation, common bile duct stones, gallbladder disease, abscess, perforated gallbladder, cancer and gallbladder polyps.
Gallbladder problems almost always produce the same signs and symptoms. Doctors diagnose these problems by taking the patient's medical history and carrying out a physical exam. Lab tests may be done to ascertain the exact gallbladder problem affecting the patient.
Pain is often a common sign of gallbladder problems. Individuals are likely to experience pain in the upper-right section of their abdomen. The pain can sometimes affect the middle section of the abdomen.
Individuals with gallbladder problems are likely to develop nausea that may lead to vomiting. The individuals may equally develop high body temperature or chills. Gallbladder problems can lead to unusual stool. This stool may be discolored or dark. Treatment of gallbladder problems depends on the exact cause and severity.