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Stone in gallbladder
Last Year stone of 1 cm got detected in gall bladder, again ultrasound done recently which results are same. Please suggest treatment. we are having baby of just 2 yrs
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It can be dissolved  without surgery  and I can help. If you  really  want  to  know  the root cause of your problem,  please  read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health  feeds. Hope that helps....
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Laparoscopic removal of gallbladder is a safe process and you can get discharged within 24 hours. There is no medical treatment other than surgery.
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It is better to get operated to avoid any complications in the future which may happen anytime. Get in touch with a surgeon as with laparoscopic surgery post operative  recovery is very quick.
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Hi , Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the gold standard treatment for gall stone disease, if pt is unfit for Laparoscopy or difficult dissection, then go through open procedure also. But there is no alternetive treatment for gall stone disease et al. Gall stones are generally asymptomatic for very long period ( many years) so if someone without fallowup try some remady have false impression of improvement.
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Hi, gall bladder stone can be removed by laparoscopy. No medicine treatment for it.need to meet Surgeon.
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