Gall bladder stone 16mm operation?

Gallstone. Just the presence of a gallstone on a study in and of itself is not an indication for surgery. Symptoms of recurrent upper abdominal discomfort with gas bloating & nausea after eating, painful yellow jaundice, recurrent vomiting after eating, abnormal liver blood tests; each can be an indication for surgery. Discuss and review your symptoms with your doctor.
Depends. Single stone symptomatic recurrent cholecystitis age other risk factors.

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How can you remove gall bladder stone without operation?

Magic. Short of surgery there is no way to remove stone. Depending on type of stone it is possible to dissolve with medication, but medication must taken life-long. I would discuss this with a gastroenterologist. Read more...

My mother is detected with gall bladder stone. Is it safe to operate?? Or will it fine with medicines, she is scared with operations

Gallstone ? disease. Stones in the gallbladder (gb) seldom cause symptoms unless they migrate into the neck of the gb (& block exit of bile) or into the common bile duct. Symptomless gallstones may be diagnosed by chance by imaging or during investigation for some other condition. Only 10% become symptomatic within 5 years of detection. Ultrasound, ct scan, mrcp finds stones; cck-hida scan can tell if gb is diseased. Read more...
Not enough info. A lot more information would be needed to try to answer this question. Only her physicians would be in a position to provide a accurate response. Take care. Read more...

Is it necessary to operate if gall bladder stone?

If symptomatic. Gallstones not causing any symptoms, such as being found incidentally during an abdominal ultrasound or ct performed for an other reason usually do not require surgery. On the other hand, gallstone pain is a very strong indication for cholecystectomy (surgical removal of gallbladder) which nowadays is invariably performed laparoscopically. Read more...

Gall bladder stone how to remove without any serjery?

Could try. A medication actigall (ursodiol) to see if the gallstone can dissolve. However can take 2-3 years for the medication to work, does not work for large gallstones of 2 cm or larger, does not work if the gallstone is calcified, symptoms may continue while taking the medication, the gallstones can return if the medication is stopped, and blood tests are needed sboit every 6 months to watch the liver. Read more...
Not effective. If you have a single stone, then lithotripsy can be done, but stones usually reform. Taking chenodeoxycholic acid can dissolve small stones, but over a long period of time can be toxic to the liver. The best treatment for symptomatic gall stones is removal of the gall bladder. Read more...

How alarming is the bilurubin due to gall bladder stone?

Can be very. I assume you mean that your bilirubin is elevated on a blood test. If this is so, it could be due to a common duct stone obstructing the main bile duct or cholecystitis with external pressure on the common bile duct. You should see a surgeon or a gastroenterologist. Read more...

What is the pain like for a gall bladder stone?

Pain and nausea. Upper abdominal pressure discomfort with gas and bloated feeling after eating, may get upper abdominal pain and nausea, sometimes vomiting. Worse after eating some fatty or greasy foods. Pain can go into the right upper abdomen. Read more...

I have a gall bladder stone with the size 7/7mm?

Gallstone. No question asked, but unless you are having symptoms a gallstone found incidentally on ct ( which i assume) means little. Read more...