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Upper Abdominal Pain, Vomiting, Feeling Sick Nausea and Loss Of Appetite

This page contains some of the conditions that could be the cause of these symptoms, although it is not a complete list of possible conditions.

Conditions

Gallbladder Cancer

Gallbladder cancer is very rare, affecting about 660 people each year.

Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Yellow Skin Eyes
  • Feeling Sick Nausea
  • Itchy Skin
  • Vomiting
  • Upper Abdominal Pain

More information on Gallbladder Cancer is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here

Inflammation Of Pancreas

Acute pancreatitis is a serious condition where the pancreas becomes inflamed over a short period of time.

Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Loss Of Appetite
  • Upper Abdominal Pain
  • Abdominal Pain Worse On Pressing
  • Back Pain
  • Abdominal Pain Spreading To Shoulder Blade

More information on Inflammation Of Pancreas is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here

Acute Cholecystitis

Acute cholecystitis is inflammation (swelling) of the gallbladder.

Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Upper Abdominal Pain
  • Right Sided Abdominal Pain
  • High Temperature
  • Feeling Sick Nausea
  • Abdominal Pain Spreading To Shoulder Blade

More information on Acute Cholecystitis is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here

Gallstone

Gallstones are small stones, usually made of cholesterol, that form in the gallbladder.

Symptoms of this condition may include:

  • Upper Abdominal Pain
  • Right Sided Abdominal Pain
  • Feeling Sick Nausea
  • Abdominal Pain After Eating
  • Loss Of Appetite

More information on Gallstone is available here.

If you are worried about this condition you can try our free AI Symptom Checker here

Important: If you have these symptoms, they may be unrelated to any of these conditions listed. If you are concerned about your symptoms then you should see a doctor.