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More Details about Gall Stones

Gallstones are hard materials of digestive fluid that generally form inside your gallbladder. The gallbladder is a small in size, pear-shaped organ on the right side of the abdomen and locates on the lower side of the liver. The development of gallstones is considered the most general disorder of the gallbladder. When excess cholesterol in the bile crystallizes, the gallstones form and affect the gallbladder negatively. Afterward, the gallbladder can become inflamed or infected that is called cholecystitis. Additionally, people who feel symptoms from their gallstones are mainly required gallbladder removal surgery. Gallstones that don't cause any pain and symptoms usually don't require treatment.

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Treatment for Gallstones Pain


The surgeons examine the medical history of the patient to find the gallstones. To diagnose gallstones, surgeon perform a physical inspection and suggest imaging tests. The doctor will check the patient body and ask about the diet and test for pain in the abdomen during the physical checkup. The checkup includes:

  • Blood tests: This test is mainly preferring to measure the amount of bilirubin in patient blood and to determine how healthy the liver is functioning.
  • Abdominal ultrasound and CT scan: This only for better imaging of the gallbladder to examine the symptoms of gallstones.
  • Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP): A tiny camera is threaded down to patient’s gastrointestinal (GI) tract to help the surgeon detect gallstones stuck in patient’s bile duct.

Procedure for Gallstones Pain Treatment

Gallstone surgery is also known as Cholecystectomy. Laparoscopic Surgery is most popular surgery among others. The surgeon makes a small incision and inserts a laparoscope that has a small video camera mounted on top and surgical tools in laparoscopic gallstone surgery. The camera, tube, and tools are inserted and the doctor executes the surgery while looking at a TV monitor to remove the gallstones. Furthermore, the time for recovery is much quicker and the healed incision will practically leave no scar.

Frequently Asked Question

A gallbladder attack mainly causes an unexpected gnawing pain that gets worse. You may experience it in the upper right or center of your belly, in your back between your shoulder blades, or in your right shoulder. You possibly will also vomit or have nausea. Pain generally lasts 20 minutes to an hour.

Mostly gallstones cause an unforeseen intense pain in the upper right side of the abdomen. Gallstones also cause sudden pain in the middle of the abdomen sometime, slightly below the breast bone.

Yes, you can live a normal life without a gallbladder. Your liver makes sufficient bile to digest the food you eat. Primarily, you have to take some precautions on your diet.

They can become inflamed and lead to inflammation among other key complications when gallstones are left untreated. It may start forming pus inside the gallbladder, inflammation may spread to other neighboring organs or the organ could die.

After laparoscopic surgery usually people return to the regular routine after 48 hours. Avoid strenuous activities and follow post-surgery instructions for a fast and quick recovery.

Gallbladder doctor may either remove the stones from the bile ducts or remove the entire gallbladder. The surgery for complete gallbladder removal is called as cholecystectomy. The surgeon may use the keyhole surgery procedure or laparoscopic cholecystectomy to remove the gallbladder.

No, not all gallstones need surgery. There is no need for surgery, if your gallstones are not causing any severe symptoms or signs. Nevertheless, it may cause excruciating pain, if your gallstones block the bile duct or any of the stone gets stuck. The complication is termed as ‘gallbladder attack’ and that requires undergoing surgery.


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