Yes, it can cause both, but like Jaibie said above, a lot of other conditions can cause nausea and vomiting. Is there a reason you suspect that it's gallbladder related and not something else?
I had my gallbladder removed several years ago and had very bad nausea and vomiting episodes, accompanied by severe pain in my upper abdomen. I knew something wasn't right, because the pain was so bad and the nausea would not subside after I would vomit. I would just have to wait out the pain episodes for several hours to a day to feel better.
The best thing to do is to have a ultrasound to find out if it is gallstones. If it is, and you are having these episodes, it may become an emergency.
Are you having pain too with the nausea and vomiting? Pain in other areas w/N&V, might point to other things like:
*Burning pain in your belly between your breastbone area and belly button could be an ulcer
*Pain in lower right side or middle of your abdomen with loss of appetite could be appendicitis.
* Pain in your neck with nausea and vomiting could be meningitis.
* Flu symptoms with it could mean gastroenteritis or food poisoning
*Yellow skin and whites of eyes turning yellow - this is becoming jaundiced could be hepatitis or it could be because of gallstones too. I turned jaundiced with my gallstones.
And well,pregnancy can cause nausea and vomiting also, especially in the early stages
Some people try to get rid of gallstones by doing a natural gallbladder flush or by drinking lemon juice, radish juice, apple juice, whipped cream, etc., but I think it's not safe if you are already sick.
Look if you have this, it is an emergency - the gallbladder can rupture and you can die - seriously - you can also get a severe infection or gangrene, too! Get to a hospital quickly if you suspect this is what you have! It is nothing to play around with. I wish you well.
I had gallbladder removed and I have had many of the other conditions
· 9 years ago