Pain from french fries?

Whenever I eat french fries, I get a crazy dull pain in my right side, under the lower ribs. And right below the ribs. It other happens when I eat french fries and last for about 3 seconds. It happen maybe 2-5 times during a box of french fries. And it happens near fries from all restaurants. It also happens every once surrounded by a while when I eat pizza, burgers, and breaded chicken. What could be causing this agony.
Answers:
My guesses are:

1) Acid reflux
2) Gallstones or gallbladder issues (attacks can be caused by fatty foods)

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Gallstones - Symptoms

The most common symptom of gallstones is twinge in the stomach area or surrounded by the upper right part of the belly, under the ribs.

The backache may:

* Develop suddenly in the center of the upper belly (epigastric area) and spread to the right upper back or shoulder blade nouns. It is usually hard to get comfortable; moving around does not variety the pain go away.
* Prevent you from taking mundane or deep breaths.
* Last 15 minutes to 24 hours. Continuous pain for 1 to 5 hours is adjectives.
* Begin at night and be severe enough to wake up you.
* Occur after meals.

Gallstone pain can explanation vomiting, which may relieve some of the belly (abdominal) pain and pressure. Pain that occurs next to a fever, nausea, and vomiting or loss of appetite may be a sign of inflammation or infection of the gallbladder (acute cholecystitis). Symptoms that may mean that a gallstone is blocking the adjectives bile duct include:

* Yellowing of the skin and the white part of the eyes (jaundice).
* Dark urine.
* Light-colored stools.
* A fever and chills.

There are masses other conditions that cause similar symptoms, including heartburn, pain cause by a heart attack, and liver problems. Stomach flu (gastroenteritis) and food poisoning also can cause symptoms similar to gallstones. Diarrhea and vomiting occur beside the flu and food poisoning, but the pain tends to come and jump rather than be constant. Also, pain beside these conditions may be felt all over the belly, a bit than in one spot.

Belly pain that comes and go (rather than being constant) and that occurs next to nausea and vomiting and possibly a mild fever is more likely to be cause by stomach flu or food poisoning than by gallstones. This is especially true if others around you are sick with similar symptoms. Source(s): http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders…
Answer #1 sounds pretty accurate. I can rarely eat out at restaurants
Due to the oil they cook their foods in."Go see Dr."! May be nothing principal, but could be something serious.Feel better!!
If its not your gallbladder, I would try avoiding the bread. I heard Mcdonald's fries has wheat, but not sure something like other restaurants.


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