If you have gallstones and your doctor recommended surgery, I’m sure you have all sorts of questions. Hopefully this will help you decide whether surgery is the right option for you.
Why Gallbladder Surgery?
The gallbladder is that part of your digestive system that stores concentrated bile secreted through the cystic duct, into the common bile duct, and into the small intestines. When people are told that they have developed disorders such as gallstones or tumors that obstruct the flow, a narrowing of the ducts, or infection, gallbladder removal surgery, or cholecystectomy is recommended. This is the surgical removal of the gallbladder. Read More
Gallstone removal is a procedure that removes the buildup of calculus in the gallbladder. It is also called a cholelithotomy. Essentially, your gallbladder is not a vital organ in the body. It is located underneath the liver on the right side of your abdomen. Cleansing away gallstones, however, helps improve digestion and your overall health.
Gallstones are made when bile that the gallbladder produces crystallizes into a stone-like material. Read More
If you are still hesitant to dissolve gallstones the natural way, you might be convinced if you are going to research the complications that can be caused by a gallstone surgery. The procedure is a serious one, which means that there are a lot of side effects that can be caused. It is also generally not necessary.
The fact is you can dissolve gallstones naturally and you can pass them out of your body the natural way, too. But this fact did not prevent a large number of people from undergoing medical surgery. The almost five hundred thousand gallstone operations done in the United States every year will testify to this. Read More