4. Bouts of vomiting
As we have already discussed, a gall bladder attack can cause nausea, so it stands to reason that vomiting can eventually happen, too. The buildup of bile in the body will be viewed as a foreign pathogen by your immune system.
In an effort to rid itself of this pathogen, the body will attempt to purge itself, which will result in vomiting. At first, the vomiting may be mild, but as the condition worsens, it will become more severe, more frequent, and possibly even violent.
And, vomiting can also make the condition worse, as it puts pressure on the gall bladder, thus causing more pain.