3d Medical Animation: Gallbladder Removal Surgery Due To Gallstones

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10 Responses to 3d Medical Animation: Gallbladder Removal Surgery Due To Gallstones

  1. mczarkow says:

    TOTALLY AGREE! Its not only useless but its downright dangerous!! Your digestion will be ruined for life plus you are at an increased risk for colon cancer, as recent studies show! If I had known then what I know now I would have never agreed to this awful surgery years ago!!!

  2. mczarkow says:

    Don’t kid yourself: You will never be able to eat the same way you used to before the surgery!!! I had mine 13 years ago and my digestion is ruined for life! PLUS, you are at an increased risk for colon cancer (Univ. of Penn. studies say so): once the gallbladder is removed, the bile just drips slowly 24 hours/day and irritates the digestive track which can cause cancer down the road. I bet your doctor did not tell you all this – its not as simple as they want you to belive!!!!

  3. jefflamb2412 says:

    why would you remove your gallbladder when you can easily cleanse it from stones with a natural cleanse. just google gallbladder cleanse. i did it the other day and pooped out over 1000 stones.

  4. Annarex08 says:

    I haven’t had any long term effects so far. It’s only been about two weeks since I’ve had mine out. If it’s only been a week for you, just hang in there. Your body is getting used to it and things will get better. I’m still having a hard time with fatty foods, but I always have had heartburn, so I don’t know if that will go away. My incisions are still mildly bruised and sore, but I’m able to move around quite a bit. Good luck, I hope that you start feeling better soon

  5. CallMeBigMomma says:

    i don’t get it. I had ma gallbladder takin out because it wasn’t working properly and i still have pains in my stomach sometimes and my surgery was on june 10th. ma dad says that its just my body gettin use to not havin a gallbladder but shoot i freak out sometimes. the hospital said that i was the youngest person to get ma gallbladder taken out.

  6. vforvendetta1977 says:

    Gallbladder surgery is one of the most overdone and useless, and is only done to make the medical industry more money. Your gallbladder is only the resting place for gallstones, without it you still produce stones, they just have nowhere to go. You gallbladder also help break down fats that we eat. Without it most people have trouble breaking down fats, and should take digestive enymes to help (lipase). Do more research and you can find things to help naturally.

  7. 1121kstamper says:

    Advil Liquigels…unless you’re nursing.

  8. 1121kstamper says:

    I have some questions for the people who are suffering with gallstones…Do your symptoms come and go? I think I’ve had 3 bouts of gallstones this year, I am still in the end stages of the 3rd , and felt as if I just wanted to be put out of misery. They advised me that a tranquilizer would just slow things down and pain meds would irritate my stomach. I finally took Advil liquigels and that’s the only thing that has made life bearable. I take 2-3 200mg every 4 hours.

  9. vforvendetta1977 says:

    Look for a natural cleanse for gallstones online. Usually involves olive oil and lemon juice. My mothe-in-law did it and she was able to avoid surgery. And stay away from advil/asprin they are incredibly toxic. Look for natural herbs like tumeric, holy basil, bromelain. These are safe and can be healthy for other things in your body.

  10. Annarex08 says:

    Yeah, when I had gallstone problems, my symptoms would come and go quite a bit. I actually didn’t know for the longest time that they were symptoms of gallstones actually. I’m sorry to hear that you’re in so much pain from them. That’s why I personally think getting it removed will help instead of doing a flush, only because the stones and attacks will keep coming back. Good luck!

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