Loss of appetite is common in patients with gallbladder disease. Aggravation of the biliary pain causes patients to lose their interest in food. Because nausea follows a large meal, patients typically avoid consuming food that causes discomfort. If an infection gradually becomes worse, the bile duct can get blocked. This makes digestion a painful process. If you notice a loss of appetite because of indigestion, speak with your doctor.
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