I came to know that I have a gall-bladder stone and that surgery is the only solution. I am facing acidity issues for the past few weeks (I don't have an acidity problem otherwise). Also sometimes I have problems in deep breathing, as if not enough oxygen is reaching my lungs. Could it be because of the acidity?
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Gall stones are often seen in obese females. They need to undergo a surgery for the same if there are signs of infection or a chance of obstructive jaundice. You need to visit a surgeon who would be able to plan a elective Laparoscopic Cholesystectomy. He would also prescribe you medications for your immediate problem of acidity
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