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Hi, two days back I am diagnosed with cholelithiasis. It is 2.2 cm. Doctors suggested immediate surgery. I had undergone c section 4 months ago. Am very much worried. Currently am suffering with constipation. It's been nearly 10 days I haven't passed the stools properly, will that become a problem during surgery? Am having piles also. Is there any way to dissolve that stone using medicines. Am really scared of this surgery. Will they usually give enema before surgery? Please answer all my queries.

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Hi, two days back I am diagnosed with cholelithiasis. It ...
Get operated lap chole they will take care of constipation and piles.
Hi, two days back I am diagnosed with cholelithiasis. It ...
First get relief from constipation. Surgery can be delayed but seek a surgeon, s opinion. Dissolving stone is not good option. Piles can be treated at the time of gall bladder surgery.
Hi, two days back I am diagnosed with cholelithiasis. It ...
Cholelithiasis Only treatment of cholelithiasis is surgery .get it done As early as possible before it causes problem. Piles can be painful and can cause bleeding. Conservative measures like taking high fibre diet ,loads of fruits ,vegetables ,salad and laxatives or allopathic or homeopathic medication after doctor consult can solve your problem temporarily. Definitive treatment is surgical management .laser treatment of piles is the latest modality .it is painless 10 min surgery .there are no dressing post surgery .you would be given a proper diet chart and certain pelvic floor exercise to be taught to you to avoid constipation. You can also consult me through Lybrate for further details.
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