Gallbladder problems and lightheaded

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hi everyone, newbie here. I will be having an ultrasound on Thursday. I'm wondering if anyone has also experienced lightheadedness from a gallbladder attack?

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    Hi Cindy, welcome. your on a great forum. some lovely genuine people on here. its helped me a lot. I had a lot of lightheadedness when my gallbladder was bad. I BP was a bit low though so I think that may have been the cause. I think tiredness I experienced likely didn't help though I think it's all part of problem. good luck with your scan.

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    Hi Cindy, welcome. your on a great forum. some lovely genuine people on here. its helped me a lot. I had a lot of lightheadedness when my gallbladder was bad. I BP was a bit low though so I think that may have been the cause. I think tiredness I experienced likely didn't help though I think it's all part of problem. good luck with your scan.

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    Each time I had an attack I almost passed out. Had to call ambulance due to the pain similar to heart attack. Was very lightheaded as blood pressure crashed. Was put on Morphine and sent to ER.

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      just a reminder for anyone who's blood pressure gets low, be very careful with morphine as this also lowers blood pressure, I nearly lost my husband due to this. take care.

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    yes it gives lightheadedness and am guessing because my bp was low too cause while i had gallbladder problem i would feel ill go to the dr then my bp would be low mine you am only 26 and never ever had blood pressure problem but after removal of the gallbladder i never had these problems anymore

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