Gallstones


 Gallbladder is produced by Gallbladder, a small sac under the liver.

The gall bladder bag stores the bile / bile which is produced by the liver. The gallbladder helps the body digest fat. The gallbladder flows from the sac of gallbladder towards the small intestine, through micro and small channels called the bile duct and bile ducts.


 In addition to gallbladder inflammation, the gallbladder infection is one of the most common gallbladder diseases.
 The gallstones are made up of cholesterol and other substances. Their size varies from small - smaller than sand grains, to large - bigger than a golf ball.
Most bile stones do not cause any problems, but if one of these stones blocks the gallbladder, it must be treated.

The reasons that lead to gallstones are not yet fully known; doctors believe that containing yellow juice contains a large amount of cholesterol leading to gallstones, yellow juice contains a large amount of bilirubin, or that gallbladder does not empty the yellow juice correctly Or complete. There are different types of stones that may consist of gallbladder, including: Cholesterol stones and yellow color is the most common, and black pigments are dark brown or black and include in the composition of bilirubin, and mixed pebbles.






Symptoms of gallstones There are many symptoms that may be complained of a person with gallstones, including:
 Severe pain in the upper right side of the abdomen or middle abdomen, and can be painful to the patient in the back or right shoulder. Nausea and a constant feeling of desire to vomit. Fatigue and exhaustion of the body. High body temperature. Yellowing of the eye and skin. Poor digestion and inability to tolerate food especially fatty.
Most people with bile stones (Cholelithiasis) have no symptoms.
If symptoms develop, they are likely to cause moderate pain in the abdomen or upper right part of the abdomen.

Pain can extend to the upper right side of the back or towards the right shoulder.

In the event of sudden and severe pain in the abdomen or chest with no certainty of the real cause of this pain should contact the physician, immediately and without delay. The symptoms of biliary stones are very similar to the symptoms of sudden pain in the event of a heart attack or the symptoms of many other serious diseases.






Treatment of gallstones
 Usually, people with gallstones but without symptoms are doctors to monitor their condition and follow them without surgical intervention, but in the case of cholecystectomy accompanied by symptoms of the disease; the ideal solution is to perform surgery to remove the gallbladder, after the process it is necessary to eat low-fat food for a period And there are medicines that can be taken by the patient for at least two years but are ineffective, and after stopping them can return the stones.
The first bout caused by bile stones is accompanied by mild pain. Your doctor may recommend taking painkillers, and then wait to see if the pain will go away with the effect of this treatment. There may not be another bout. This waiting to see developments does not normally cause any complications.

If the patient has a very severe seizure, or if he has a second seizure, the treating physician may recommend that the gallbladder be removed by surgery. The appearance of a second seizure indicates, in general, the possibility of subsequent attacks in the future.







There are many people who have been surgically removed. This surgery is often performed without complications or complications. In general, surgeons choose to perform this procedure in laparoscopic surgery. In order to perform this surgery, the surgeon opens a number of small incisions in the abdominal cavity, and then pulls the bag of gallbladder.

The vast majority of patients undergoing this surgery can most likely return to normal work and work within one to two weeks.





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