How to prevent and treat an attack
FOR A SMALL, inessential body part, the gall bladder can cause a lot of pain. Roughly the shape and size of a pear, the organ sits in the right side of your abdomen. Its job is to store bile, a liquid produced by the liver that helps you digest the fats in your diet. The gall bladder releases the liquid, as needed, into the small intestine.
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