Gall Bladder stones is a common problem that is seen in around 3 to 5 percent people in the country. Gall stones may sometimes remain asymptomatic. It may present any symptoms:
Pain in upper part of abdomen especially on the right side
Associated with vomiting
GALL BLADDER STONES
If the stone passes out of the gall bladder into the bile duct, it may obstruct the flow of bile from liver.
It may cause obstructive jaundice. In such case, person must consult the doctor immediately. It requires investigations and treatment.
In case of pain and other symptoms, gall badder is to be removed.
Abdominal Ultrasound is effective in diagnosing gall stones
Gall bladder can be removed by surgery. It is called cholecystectomy.
REMOVAL OF GALL BLADDER
Laparoscopic Surgery is a safe method of gall bladder removal
Laparoscopic Surgery is less likely to cause complications and has a faster recovery time
Hospitalization is required for two to three days only.
Removal of gall bladder does not cause any problem and person can live a healthy life.