Can you tell me about gallbladder surgery not worked?

Not sure. Gallbladder is usually via laparoscopy, small incision, done as an outpatient, and recovery time is usually 1 week after surgery. More gallbladder surgeries are being done in younger people (twenties) because of high fat diet as a child. Very effective surgery and very few complication in nowadays. Usually works for symptomatic gallstones or dyskinesia (gallbladder without stones).

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Can you tell me about post gallbladder surgery question?

You can ask your. surgeon or try us. Please submit a clear & specific question about your cholycystectomy. Clarify and re-ask. Read more...

Can you tell me what could I expect from gallbladder surgery?

Well tolerated. Usually this is done laparoscopically, with one incision at the belly button and 2-3 upper abdominal incisions. These are usually less than an inch in size. This is most often an outpatient procedure, home the same day. Incisions will be sore for a week or so, and you will be limited to light activity for a month or so. Read more...

Seven months after may gallbladder surgery I am getting pain where the gallbladder used to be. Can you tell me about it?

Possible adhesion. most abdominal pain is visceral in origin, where swelling or twisting of intestine causes this symptom. Post GB, a surgical bed may not have healed before adhesions developed which could then cause, twisting and partial GI blockage. A CAT scan should reveal if this surgical site is the cause of the symptoms or it is due to another factor. Read more...

Please tell me what to do about weight loss after gallbladder surgery?

Gallbladder surgery. Having gallbladder surgery doesn't typically make you lose weight. Maybe a few pounds because you aren't eating a lot after surgery, and maybe a few more pounds because you are not supposed to eat fatty foods, but other than that, gallbladder surgery is not a weight loss operation. Read more...

What are some complications I may have if I return to work three weeks after lap. Gallbladder surgery. My job is strenuous and has a lot of heavy lift?

6 weeks. The usual recommendation is to wait 6 weeks from the time of the surgery before doing heavy lifting. This is to avoid the risk of a hernia in one of the incisions, and if you are lifting too much too soon you put yourself at risk. A hernia would be a painful swelling/lump in the incision, usually disappears if you lie down. Treatment for a hernia is another surgery. Read more...
The main complicatio. Is the development of a hernia, especially with lifting. It’s generally recommend to wait at least 6-8 weeks before returning to work which allows the tissues to heal. . Read more...

My daughter had recently gallbladder surgery and removal. Now in blood test sgpt shows much higher value. So can u please tell me the remedies for it?

This is just. One of many liver function tests. If this is the only abnormal value and the others are normal, probably no reason to worry; just get repeat in a week or so. It is not unusual to get transient liver function elevations after gallbladder surgery. If she has symptoms or if the test continues to rise, consult with your surgeon. Read more...
Liver abnormality. Wombat6395: the abnormality of SGPT is associated to liver abnormality, usually a gallbladder operation does not alter this test. You do not inform how are the other liver tests: sgot, bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase because mainly the bilirubin could indicate a complication of the operation, also what symptoms the patient is having, a consultation with a gastroenterologist is my recommendation. Read more...
Time and discussion. Your daughter had cholecystectomy. The SGPT level may vary according to how recent the surgery was performed. Talk to your surgeon to see if an intrahepatic cholangiogram was performed and if stones were noted. Your surgeon will want to follow with you as she recovers. Read more...
How recent? Sometimes the manipulation or cutting of the gallbladder from the liver can cause a temporary elevation of your liver enzymes. This should resolve after a few weeks. If not then you should be concerned about other post-op problems. Follow up with your daughter's surgeon and if they have not come back to normal you may need more tests. Read more...

Gallbladder surgery and colon cancer, can you tell me more about the relationship?

IDK any directly. Unless you have gallbladder cancer that has spread to the colon, i know of no direct relationship between having gallbladder surgery (for stones or dysfunctional gallbladder) and devloping colon cancer. Of course, having any type of cancer increases risk of other cancers - but i know of no direct link between surgery for a bad gallbladder (non-cancerous) and developing colon cancer. Read more...
None. There usually is no relation between removal of the GB and colon cancer. Given your age both colon cancer and GB cancer are unlikely. Removing your GB does not increase risk if colon cancer. . Read more...