How long does gallbladder symptoms last?

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Gallbladder symptoms can come and go or be constant. You should check with your doctor to see if they can do an ultrasound of your abdomen to see if there are gallstones. If no gallstones but you are still having problems you might want to see a Gastroenterologist (GI) doctor.
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