Cholesterol and salt formed in the gallbladder made the gallstones. Gallbladder is a little pear-shaped organ right under the liver and its function is to store bile. The tiny tubes that carry bile are called bile ducts. The liquid, called bile helps the body to digest fats. Fats are digested from the liver to the gallbladder to the digestive system.
A man can live with gallstones and can have no symptoms at all. But if the gallstones start to block the gallbladder, then pain and nausea and potentially fatal infection can be caused.
If the gallstones block the bile flow out of the gallbladder and out of the liver, then this condition is called jaundice.