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In recent years there has been an explosion in the number of people living with diabetes. Today, we are seeing children younger than ever, develop diabetes as a result of obesity and poor diet. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) In 2014, 1 in 10 people globally were suffering from diabetes; in the UK […]

Gallbladder Treament | Without Surgery, With Surgery, Apple Juice?

Gallstones usually don’t produce any symptoms and under such conditions treatment is usually not given. However if the gallstones do cause pain and other symptoms, surgery or various other non surgical procedures may be done. In some cases though doctors may even recommend surgery for gallstones that do nor produce any symptoms. However this is […]

Gallbladder Complications

Some of the complications that may result from gallstones are; Obstruction Of The Common Bile Duct: The duct that extends from the gallbladder to the small intestine is known as the common bile duct. When this duct is obstructed, it can eventually lead to jaundice and also cause abdominal pain and discomfort. Other complications such […]

Gallbladder Surgery

Surgery And Removal:   A diseased gallbladder or gallstones may be removed through a laparoscopic surgery. In this procedure air is first sent into the abdomen to expand it and then a laparoscope is inserted into the region near the navel. The laparascope has a small video camera attached to it which helps the surgeon […]

Gallstone Diagnosis | How are Gallstones Diagnosed

In the diagnosis of gallstones a doctor would usually perform a physical examination of the patient and check and see if there is a jaundice of the skin or the white portion of the eyes. If there is any indication of a possible occurence of gallstones, further tests such as blood tests are carried out […]

Gallbladder Removal Diet | Long Term

Maintaining a healthy gallbladder diet removal long term is the most important combatant that you can use.   In order to maintain a healthy gallbladder and prevent gallstone formation, it is recommended that one follows a diet plan that is low in fat and cholesterol and high in fiber. Taking plenty of fresh fruits and […]

Reasons for Gallbladder Removal

You might have been thinking about some reasons for gallbladder removal these days because you have real problems with this part of your body. We will let you know more about what you can expect from this process over time. So read on because you will get a lot of answers to your questions in […]

Gallbladder Prevention

The following are some of the ways in which¬† one can prevent gallstones from forming. Eat Regularly: It is important that one eats their meals regularly in order to prevent gallstones from forming. Try to avoid foods that are high in cholesterol and also be sure to eat plenty of green leafy vegetables and other […]

Gallbladder Attack and Gallstones Causes

Gallstones Causes: Bile is a greenish liquid that is released from the liver and concentrated in the gallbladder to aid in the digestive process. The bile stored in the gallbladder is released into the digested food to breakdown the fat present. Gallstones are formed when there is a chemical imbalance in the bile present in […]


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