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Are Gallstones Considered Dangerous
If gall stones stuck in cbd, can it be very dangerous.If gallstone stucks in cbd , then how does it is removed?
I have gallstones but only have gotten about 2 big pains with it. Is it dangerous? Do I have to get them removed?
It is recommended: You don't have to get your gallbladder removed, however after experiencing one attack of gallbladder pain the likelihood of experiencing repeat attacks increases. Therefore it is recommended to have your gallbladder removed after your first attack. The risks associated with elective gallbladder surgery are less than those of the possible complications associated with severe gallbladder disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not usually: Gallstones frequently occur during pregnancy and can become symptomatic. Despite this, surgical cure is usually held until after delivery, to avoid the side effects of an anesthetic to the fetus. Very rare instances exist where the gallbladder can become sick enough to demand emergent attention. ...Read more
Depends: In general, laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is safe & common, probably also in india. Depends on her overall health risks for an operation. Surgery usually only performed if it is needed to treat recurrent abdominal pains with nausea. Gallstones without symptoms can be observed without surgery. ...Read more
Went to ER for indigestion like fullness, found out I have gallstones. While on cardiac mon. It showed 2 paired & 2 multifocal pvcs. Dangerous pvcs?
PVC: Multifocal PVC and coupling on cardiac monitor should be followed up by 12 lead ekg and rhythm strip.Unifocal PVC upto 6 in a minute are acceptable. ...Read more
Yes: Gallstones can cause pain when the GB attempts to contract to empty the bile it stores that the liver makes. The GB squeezes in response to a fatty meal to help digest your food. If you are having right upper quadrant pain especially after meals, see a surgeon to get evaluated. You may need surgery. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Biliary Colic: Gallbladder attacks cause a very classic constant, noncramping pressure like pain in the right upper abdomen or mid-abdomen. The pain often radiates around into the right back +/-shoulder; nausea+/-vomiting+/-fever+/-chills may occur, as well. Typically the pain is precipitated by food, especially fatty/fried ones. Typical attacks may last hour(s) and often resolve as quickly as they begin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: The duct that connects the gallbladder to bile duct is usually no bigger than 5 to 8 mm. The muscles the open and drains bile duct into duodenum is barely 2to 3 mm. By simple mathematics, u can not flush 30 mm stone through. Also, having a stone bigger than 20 mm, puts u at higher risk for cancer and fistula (abnormal connection) to bowel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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