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I have done my ultrasonography & found that in my gallbladder, there are multiple tiny non mobile polypoid masses. The largest one measures about 5.5×5.0 mm in size without any posterior acoustic shadow seen along the anterior wall of the gallbladder, which corresponds with my polyps. What should I do now? Is any surgery needed? If needed will the polyps go permanently? I want to be alive for my life & kids. Please help me.

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Don't worry sir. Gallbladder polyps do not cause any problems in majority of cases. So there is no compulsion to get them operated. If you still are anxious then the surgery done for it is called laparoscopic cholecystectomy. It is a key hole surgery or a minimal access surgery. Recovery after surgery is very fast. Think about it sir.
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you require laparoscopic removal of gall bladder in view of multiple polyps.
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