Pain: The most common symptom of a gallbladder problem is pain. This pain usually occurs in the mid- to upper-right section of your abdomen. It can be mild and intermittent, or it can be quite severe and frequent. In some cases, the pain can begin to radiate to other areas of the body, including the back and chest.
Nausea or vomiting: Nausea and vomiting are common symptoms of all types of gallbladder problems. But only chronic gallbladder disease may cause digestive problems, such as acid reflux, gas, nausea, and vomiting.
Fever or chills: An unexplained fever may signal that you have an infection. If you have an infection, you need treatment before it worsens and becomes dangerous. The infection can become life-threatening if it spreads to other parts of the body.
Chronic diarrhea: Having more than four bowel movements per day for at least three months may be a sign of chronic gallbladder disease.
Jaundice: Yellow-tinted skin may be a sign of a common bile duct block or stone.
Unusual stools or urine: Lighter-colored stools and dark urine are possible signs of a common bile duct block.