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Gallstone Prevention Diet

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There is no sure evidence to prevent Gallstones but it is possible to have a effective gallstone diet plan to reduce risk. Research has also shown that Vegetarians have a significantly lower risk of developing gallstones, compared to people who eat meat.

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Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery: FAQs

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Answers to the questions asked by patients

I am 20 years old aspiring model and has been advised for Laparoscopic Gall bladder operation, I don’t want any scars, what is the best option for me?

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Key Hole Surgery (Laparoscopy) for Gall Bladder Stones

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After finishing high fat meal you feel pain in your abdomen or under your right arm, followed by nausea or vomiting…
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How Obesity as well as Weight Reduction is Risk to Developing Gallbladder Stone

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What are Gallbladder Stones?

The gallbladder is an organ shaped like a pear, located under the liver. This organ helps in digesting food by storing bile liquid and delivering it to the small intestine.

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Tips for Recovering after Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery

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The gallbladder, connected to the liver and intestines through bile ducts, plays an important role in the human digestive system. The main function of the gallbladder is to store a fluid known as “bile,” which aids the digestion of food materials, especially fat. Bile passes from the gallbladder to the intestines during the digestive process.

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Severe Pain in the Belly Right after Meals? There Could be a Stone in Your Gall Bladder

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Although an acute pain in the belly can indicate many different problems, the pain caused by gallstones has a nature of its own. The pain in the gallbladder can be of two broad types: acute or chronic.

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Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery: Can you live without a Gall Bladder?

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This article attempts to demystify some misconceptions that most people have regarding gallbladder surgery. Though most people think that life after gallbladder removal must include a strict fat-free diet, the reality is that people should and must continue to consume fat in moderate amounts even after losing the gallbladder. Fat is generally processed by the bile, which is created in the liver, so after gallbladder removal patients can safely eat fat. However, what people have to understand is that after gallbladder removal, the body does not have any place to store the bile, so the diet has to be suitably adjusted keeping that anatomical deficiency in mind. After gallbladder-removal surgery, the patients still require cholesterol to produce the bile to aid digestion of fat.

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Maintain the Right Diet and Body Weight to avoid a Stone in the Gall Bladder

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The low-profile, pear-shaped organ performs a critical function in the human metabolic system it collects and stores bile to aid in the digestion of fatty foods. Interestingly, most people do not pay attention to or even realize they have gall bladder problems till the symptoms begin to surface. The gallstones, depending on their size and quantity, can make their presence felt through the common symptoms as stomach pain, feelings of nausea and bloating, or vomiting. When symptoms become that apparent, it is time to remove the gall bladder! However, if your gall bladder problems are less severe and hardly perceptible, watching your daily diet and body weight can immensely help in aggravating the problems.

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5 Risk Factors of Gallstones and How to avoid them

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Gallstones, which are solid particles growing in the gall bladder, can be of two types—stones formed from excessive cholesterol deposits in the bile, or pigment stones formed by too much bilirubin in the bile. Globally, gallbladder diseases are quite high! Moreover, a significant portion of this affected population happens to be the Native Americans or Mexican Americans. Gallstones vary in sizes, but they can seriously impair the metabolic system if not prevented at an early stage of development. Gallbladder stones are treated with the latest treatment procedures in facilities like Neoalta Clinic.

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Symptoms Hinting the Presence of a Stone in your Gallbladder

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Gallbladder stones, which are solid deposits growing inside the gallbladder, can form either due to high amounts of cholesterol in the bile, or due to the presence of excess bilirubin in the bile, a condition also known as “jaundice.”

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How Should You Handle a Sudden Hearing Loss?

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Sudden deafness or Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss or SSHL is unexplained rapid loss of hearing usually in one ear (but both the ears may be affected) over a period of few days. A patient suffering from SSHL should consult an ENT specialist as quickly as possible to diagnose and start the treatment.

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How to Deal With Acute Cholecystitis?

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Acute cholecystitis is inflammation of the gallbladder (organ which digests fatty food we eat and also stores bile), mainly due to obstruction caused by gallbladder stones. When this takes place, over and over again with prolong episodes, it is known as chronic cholecystitis.

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Can Gallstones still be present after a cholecystectomy?

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Why is there pain even after the gall bladder removal?

Mrs. Agrawal, a 56 years old lady visited Gastroenterology clinic with right side abdominal pain for 5 days. She has a history of a laparoscopic cholecystectomy performed 6 months back, the gastroenterologist is bit concerned now. Can she have a recurrence of gall stones? Is it possible after the removal of gall?

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