Pain In The Shoulder Or Neck Whether Related To Gallstones?
Tonight .. My name is Rini. I am 40 years old. I was diagnosed with gallstone disease. Uda 2x I did an ultrasound. My gallstones are 1.75. Lately my head is often dizzy, especially on the shoulder / back of the neck. Is this related to gallstones? For the answer ‘y .. I say thank you.
Good evening, thanks for the question
Specifically the history of gallstone disease is not directly related to complaints of headache. Pain caused generally in the form of sharp and sudden pain on the right side of the abdomen. Complaints of pain can also spread to the right waist to the back below the shoulder blade, but generally not to cause pain in the head or neck. Other complaints include nausea, vomiting, fever, yellowish skin, pale stools, or dark urine.
Mild headache is very much the cause, for example fasting and late eating, certain types of food such as alcohol, chocolate, milk, cheese, much sleep or lack of sleep, psychological stress, anxiety, hot weather, and many others. If your headache complaints tend to persist or just get worse, don't hesitate to consult further with your doctor so that further testing can be done. Consume more water, get enough rest, and avoid excessive stress to prevent episodes of recurring headaches.
That's all, hope you can help.