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Gall bladder stone
I have gall bladder stones. Due on some another reason doctor asked me to do USG and accidentally they found some gallstones. The report says 'Numerous small calculi found in gall bladder, measuring 0.88 mm'. But I have no pain. Can it be treated with medicines or it requires surgical procedure? What foods restrictions should I maintain?
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Hi if there is no upper abdominal pain / post meal fullness / discomfort / upper back pain , then you don't require surgery. This is asymptomatic gall stone. In case you develop any of above symptoms them you require surgery. You can read my article on Practo- Gall bladder stone.feel free to ask any further quary.
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