Review: could Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll) cause Gallbladder disorder?
This is a review of Gallbladder disorder among 39 people who have Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll).The review is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA and is updated regularly.
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Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll)
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll) (latest reports from 47 patients) is typically treated by Rituxan.
Gallbladder disorder (latest reports from 91,060 patients) has been reported by people with birth control, acne, premenstrual syndrome, osteoporosis, pain.
On Feb, 28, 2014: No report is found.
Related topic: Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cll), Gallbladder disorder
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helpfulR on Sep, 24, 2013:
I am currently 43, F, asian, live in middle class suburbs of california
I started Cymbalta probably about 2.5 years ago. I was on other similar meds for the prior 10 years.
About a year ago, I noticed I was having the worst constipation of my life, and black dry stools. I went to see my GI. She told me to take Miralax which didn't help but was hard to take so I didn't try it for long. 1.5 months ago, I started having stomach pains after my breakfast. This started happening every day after I ate. The stomach aches were excruciating. I couldn't even go to work because every time I ate, I would be rolling around in agony. 3 weeks later my doctors figured out my gallbladder was not functioning. I had it removed last week. They said it was all scarred. I am about 99% sure that Cymbalta caused this.
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melanie on Aug, 11, 2013:
Age 44 female in Florida USA.
I was on this drug for 11 days to give up smoking. 1 tablet for 3 days then twice a day. On day 11 i had the worsed pains in my stomach area between my ribs. I thought intigestion or a ulcer and my Dr put me on anti biotics for 10 days as well as ppi and other anti acid meds. after ten days i had to go to ER where they gave me upper GI cocktail. Long story short i have been in ER twice and blood came back normal, by this time i was puking bile and could hardy eat anything but hospital sent me on my way????. I went to a Gastro Dr as soon as i could who informed me my Gall bladder has to come out. I go for HIDA test on Tuesday for conformation. I put the Bupropin 100% to blame for this happening.Cost of gallbladder removal 13-20k i do not have!! Still in pain every night.
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