Gallstones and dizziness

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anyone with gallstones experience feeling lightheaded as ni know gallstones cause gas and acid reflux which they can both contribute to dizziness / lightheaded ?

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    The two UK NHS gastro's that i've seen are absolutely 100% adamant that nothing to do with gastro problems can cause you to be lightheaded or dizzy. To be honest i think they are talking bul##hit as i've read so many stories of people with gallbladder/gastro problems being dizzy and i've now been dizzy for nearly 2 years straight.

    Good luck👍

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      TOTALLY AGRRE WITH WHAT YOUR SAYING THE DOCTORS DONT KNOW WHAT THE ARE TALKING ABOUT NIT THE SAME BUT I HAD PROBLEMS WITH MY PERIODS WHICH I STATED TO THE THE DOCTORS WAS TOLD GALLSTONES CANT CAUSE PROBLEMS LIKE THAT BUT HAVE READ IT CAN SOON AS GALLBLADDER OT PROBLEMS WENT

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    yeah i think the whole thing is gallstones can cause anxiety and stress on the body which we all know what that can do . and gas and acid reflux can cause dizziness to. which can relate to gallstones . gallstones effect our digestive system which the brain and the gut have a connection .

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    i believe it all link everything ur experiencing i have it and it all started after my gallbladder act up and even after my gallbladder was removed am still having these issues especially after eating i dont know what to do no more i have very bad depression and now i struggle with health anxiety really bad. acid reflux is the big one for me

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