A 24-year-old female asked:
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i have gallstone,& my gp said i have to have my gallbladder remove.if if did,would there be complication?like internal bleeding afterwards?

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Dr. Herman Hammerstead
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Informed Consent: There are many complications for any surgery. This is a discussion to be had with the Gen. Surgeon of your choice. It's called informed consent
Answered on Dec 13, 2020
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He should be: ok, as long as his condition is not acute cholecystitis. He should avoid fatty foods in the meantime to minimize chances of any complications.
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Call ut: Doctor and get examined and blood work. Some times there is a retained stone that needs to be treated.
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Kind of vague: Not sure what he means by lesions. You should ask him to be more specific and ask for a copy of the pathology report.
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Your gallbladder : Needs to be removed, because it will form more stones. The disease is in the gallbladder itself, the stones are just manifestation of the disease.

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