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I have mild fatty liver with gallstones of 9 mm and 7 mm. Should I get my gallbladder removed? How will this decision effect my future life please? Age: 27.
Meri maa ko multiple stone gallbladder mai Hai Jo 3to5 mm ke multiple Hai operation mai abhi Kara nahi paauga next month mai try karuga ki mai operation Kara lu par tab Tak mai kyaa karu allopathic doctors ne medicine Mana kar diya Hai Meri maa. Ki age 50 Hai yadi Mai ak month ke baad Kara sakta hu operation par tab Tak koi treatment ho jisse ki Meri maa ko koi problem na ho present mai Meri maa ke Right armpit mai or right shoulder blade mai pain rahat Hai ye dard regular nahi par hota rahat hai.
I am 19 years old and I have red itchy scrotum and after doing salt bath it burns and it is reaching readiness to pennis and I want some prescription and ointments it looks like to me an scrotum enczme I really don't is it or not you tell me it is from past 2 days and now 3rd day I feel scaly smooth skin but itchy is still there but not as much as much as it was in 2nd day please tell me some prescription.
After 20 days of laparoscopy surgery of gall bladder stone I am suffering from leg pain. Please help me with your valuable advice.
Dear sir, I am suffering from portal cavernosa, gall bladder stones, two veins from liver to spleen has been blocked, constipation some time lose motion, and stomach bloats. Digestion problem but having good appetite.
My sister is 28 years old and had been diagnosed with stones in Gallbladder. Is it possible to remove the stones through oral medication or surgery? Which is best option, kindly advice, thank you.
In report it is said that multiple calculi is found in gall bladder lumen casting clear distal acoustic shadow but the wall of bladder is normal. Please clarify it. Are there stones show in bladder? please give suggestions.
My mother (50 yrs) she is having gall bladder stone about 10 mm in size. Is any home remedies to remove stone? Name the medicine.
Hi, due to little bit pain at left side of the abdomen. Ultra sound scanning was done and the result is like. Impression: Two Gall Bladder calculi of 7.5 mm each. Small Lt. Renal lower pole calculus of 2 to 3 mm. Please let me know the further step I have to take. Thanks.
Two days back, I have done laparoscopic Surgery and removed my gall bladder due to stones. I would really appreciate what kind of food I must eat and the food to avoid. Is there any supplement or Enzymes to maintain a healthy life after gall bladder removed? Kindly advice. Thank you.
Having multiple calculi in lumen largest measuring 6.5 mm cholelithiasis diagnosed in July 2017 and consulted homeopathy doctor and they advised some medications to be taken for 6 months and after that have ultrasound done again, I used the medications for 1 month but had stopped them, presently not taking any medications. Can you please suggest any medications so that the stones are dissolved on their own without any problem. I do not have any stomach pain or any pain in stomach. Suggest any medications for them to dissolve.
My leg got suddenly swollen. Consulted several doctors and checked whether it is filaria or not. And confirmed that it is not filaria and also taken medicine for treating filaria (save side). Even after all those attempts, swelling still remains same. When I travel or when I walk for long time, it used to become big like anything. What kind of treatment is necessary or should I prefer. Please help me.
Although gall bladder stones are normal and easily removable, in a small percentage of people it can become serious with complicated implications. From severe blockage to moving into another part of the digestive system, gall bladder stones can wreak havoc. Here is a brief overview of some of the complicated cases that can arise out of gall bladder stones:
- Acute cholecystitis: For few people, gall bladder can lead to complete blockage of the bile duct. This leads to accumulation of bile inside the gall bladder resulting in inflammation and infection of the gall bladder. The medical term for this condition is known as acute cholecystitis. Some typical symptoms of this condition include sharp pain the upper abdomen that can travel to shoulder as well. This can be followed by high temperature and rapid heart bit. Studies have shown that one amongst seven people suffering from this condition also tend to suffer from Jaundice.
- Jaundice: Jaundice occurs due to the complete blockage of the bile duct and accumulation of bile in the gall bladder. Some typical symptoms of jaundice include pale stools, yellowish skin, and eyes, brown urine and itching. Most times, the stone gets away from the bile duct automatically. If, however, it doesn’t happen, it must be removed surgically.
- Acute cholangitis: When the bile duct gets blocked, it is subjected to bacterial infection. The medical term for this condition is known as acute cholangitis. Some of the symptoms of this condition include pain in the upper abdomen, chills, itchy skin, high temperature, and jaundice. This is followed by a general feeling of un-wellness most of the time.
- Acute pancreatitis: This is a condition that develops when the gall stone jumps from the gall bladder and obstructs the opening of the pancreas resulting in inflammation of the pancreas. Some of the common symptoms of this condition include a dull pain in the center of the stomach. The pain might become dull and constant. Some other symptoms of this condition include diarrhea, feeling sick, abdomen tenderness, loss of appetite etc.
- Gall bladder Cancer: This is another complication of gall stone. It is estimated that 3 out of 4 people suffering from gall cancer has a complication of gall stone. In this condition, the gall bladder is removed as a precaution for the cancer-spread. Some of the common symptoms of this condition include high temperature, jaundice, and abdominal pain.
- Gallstone ileus: This is a rare condition that occurs when the bowel gets obstructed by the gallstone. The latter can do that because of the opening called fistula which helps the stone to float to the bowel and obstructs it for good. A surgical intervention is necessary to treat this condition.
Laproscopy cholecystectomy for cholecystitis ( acute / chronic )
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become the gold standard in the treatment of symptomatic gallstones. The common opinion about treatment of acute cholecystitis is initially conservative treatment due to preventing complications of inflamation and following laparoscopic cholecystectomy after 6- 8 weeks. However with the increase of laparoscopic experience in recent years, early laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become more common.