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September 8, 2013. How to Get Rid of Gallstones Naturally | Cultured Palate (http://myculturedpalate.com/blog/2013/01/02/gallbla dder-cleanse-an-alternative-to-surgery/) 2 Jan 2013 The surgical removal of the gallbladder is called a cholecystectomy. To put it another way, it emulsifies fats. Think of trying to wash greasy
September 16, 2013. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (Keyhole Gallbladder surgery) (http://www.lpbsurgery.com/cholecystitis.html) The field of gallbladder surgery in recent times is rapidly changing. Keyhole surgery is now the standard method for removing the gallbladder when indicated.
September 9, 2013. Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery (http://www.lakewoodregional.com/en-us/aboutus/hospi talnews/newsandarticles/pages/laparoscopic%2520gall bladder%2520surgery.aspx) The laparoscopic approach to gallbladder removal is more commonly used today because it has numerous health benefits compared to the open method.
September 6, 2013. Technology Offers Way To Avoid Gallbladder Surgery - Chicago (http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1989-11-09/news/ 8901290573_1_gallstones-gallbladder-major-surgery) 9 Nov 1989 Dr. Robert Hawes, an Indiana University researcher, videotapes gallstones as his laser zaps them into pieces inside his patients` gallbladders.
September 13, 2013. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Keyhole Gallbladder Removal (http://www.keyholesurgerycentre.com.au/specialty-ch olec.html) Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy, a minimally invasive method to remove gall bladder and is a common surgery to treat gall stones. Learn more on gallstones
September 21, 2013. Gallbladder removed through mouth in new surgical technique - Blogs (http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/booster_shots/2010/ 07/natural-orifice-surgery-gallbladder.html) 8 Jul 2010 The operation was performed as part of a clinical trial at UC San Diego School However, the gallbladder was removed by way of the mouth.
September 20, 2013. Gallbladder removal. What to expect and how to recover | Bupa UK (http://www.bupa.co.uk/individuals/health-informatio n/directory/g/gallbladder-removal) Need to know more about gallbladder removal? Visit Bupa.co.uk where you will find numerous resources on gallbladder removal and other health advice.
September 27, 2013. Gallbladder Removal: Laparoscopic Method - FamilyDoctor.org (http://familydoctor.org/familydoctor/en/drugs-proce dures-devices/procedures-devices/gallbladder-remova l-laparoscopic-method.html) Information about using the laparoscopic method for gallbladder removal from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
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September 26, 2013. Gallbladder removal - laparoscopic - National Library of Medicine (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/007 371.htm) Using a laparoscope is the most common way to remove the gallbladder. Gallbladder removal surgery is done while you are under general anesthesia
September 28, 2013. Gallbladder - gallstones and surgery | Better Health Channel (http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticle s.nsf/pages/Gall_bladder_removal) Gallstones are small stones made from cholesterol, bile pigment and calcium salts, which form in your gallbladder. Medical treatment may not be needed unless
September 11, 2013. Gallstone Removal - Encyclopedia of Surgery (http://www.surgeryencyclopedia.com/Fi-La/Gallstone- Removal.html) There are several types of lithotripters available for gallbladder removal. A method called contact dissolution of gallstone removal involves direct entry (via a
September 17, 2013. Laparoscopy Surgery Full Video For Gall Stones - Lap Chole (http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DycvwAfx3yF0) 14 Jun 2007 Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse Get Rid of Gallstones Quickly without Surgery by Nathan Craneby ThePanaceaCommunity 91,565 views · 2:01
September 4, 2013. How to Avoid Gallbladder Surgery - Yahoo Voices - voices.yahoo.com (http://voices.yahoo.com/how-avoid-gallbladder-surge ry-6343660.html) 15 Jul 2010 The need for gallbladder surgery can also be eliminated by the use of a liver flush. There are varying methods to do this. For more information
September 3, 2013. Laparoscopy Hospital - Frequently asked questions about - World (http://www.laparoscopyhospital.com/frequently_asked _questions_about_laparoscopi_cholecystectomy.htm) What is gall stone & how the stone forms in gallbladder? Laparoscopic method has now virtually replaced the open procedure for the treatment of During a laparoscopic gall bladder operation, the surgeon grasps the gall bladder from one
September 12, 2013. da Vinci Cholecystectomy - da Vinci Surgery (http://www.davincisurgery.com/da-vinci-general-surg ery/da-vinci-procedures/cholecystectomy.php) It's an organ you can live without. Gallbladder removal is known as a cholecystectomy. It can be performed using open surgery through a large incision or with
September 5, 2013. Recovering From a Gall Bladder Removal | BLURBOMAT (http://blurbomat.com/recovering-from-a-gall-bladder -removal/) 7 Jun 2011 Sucked way less than the 109 hours I was in labour. I'd had a lower abdomen laproscopic surgery before the gall bladder removal (and
September 10, 2013. Gallbladder Removal - New Choice Health (http://www.newchoicehealth.com/Laparoscopy,%2520Cho lecystectomy%2520(Gallbladder%2520Removal)-Cost) Laparoscopy, Cholecystectomy (Gallbladder Removal) Cost and The laparoscopic method uses several small incisions to allow insertion of small thin tubes
September 25, 2013. Treating Gallstones - US News Health - U.S. News & World Report (http://health.usnews.com/health-conditions/digestiv e-disorders/gallstones/treatment) If gallstones are not causing troublesome symptoms, there is no reason to treat them. Surgery to remove the gallbladder is the most common way to treat
September 22, 2013. Gallbladder Surgery Options - Gallbladder Center - Everyday Health (http://www.everydayhealth.com/gallbladder/gallbladd er-surgery-options.aspx) 26 Jan 2010 Patients with gallbladder disease have various surgical methods to choose from. Read about the different types of gallbladder surgery at
September 23, 2013. Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal (Cholecystectomy) Patient (http://www.sages.org/publications/patient-informati on/patient-information-for-laparoscopic-gallbladder -removal-cholecystectomy-from-sages/) Gallbladder removal is one of the most commonly performed surgical If The Operation Cannot Be Performed Or Completed By The Laparoscopic Method?
September 19, 2013. Gallbladder, Gallstones and Cholecystectomy - ALSGBI (http://www.alsgbi.org/patient_information/gallbladd er-gallstones-cholecystectomy.htm) These stones will need to be removed either by a telescope method before or after the gallbladder operation or at the time of the gallbladder operation.
September 14, 2013. Cholecystectomy | Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library (http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/test_p rocedures/gastroenterology/cholecystectomy_92,P0768 9/) A cholecystectomy is the surgical removal of the gallbladder and is In this method, a two to three inch incision is made in the upper right hand side of the
September 7, 2013. Gallbladder Surgery for Gallstones - Complications, Costs & Risks (http://www.michaelbickford.com.au/gall_michael.html) Gallbladder surgery for gallstones, Melbourne Australia Gallbladder removal Ultrasound of the abdomen is the standard way of diagnosing gall stones.
September 18, 2013. Surgery for gallbladder cancer - American Cancer Society (http://www.cancer.org/cancer/gallbladdercancer/deta iledguide/gallbladder-treating-surgery) 12 Jun 2013 The surgery needed for gallbladder cancer is often complex and This method uses a laparoscope, a thin, flexible tube with a tiny video
September 29, 2013. Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery (Cholecystectomy) and Recovery (http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/laparoscop ic-gallbladder-surgery-for-gallstones) Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is the best method of treating gallstones that cause symptoms, unless there is a reason that the surgery should not be done.
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I can't wait til mine is removed I have dealt with contraction like pain for years bc of this n was misdiagnosed as having gas bc they didn't run tests n now it's full of stones it will be worth it to finally be painfree (I hope).
My dad has his gallbladder removed in 2000 1998-99 and he cannot/doesn't want to eat foods with tomato sauce.
Can you die because of the surgery? My grandmother is 86 and she's getting this done... And I'm worried :/. i got mine removed and im 15 it was scary going in the or but i fell asleep but my cut is open fully open. if it doesnt heel my surgeon said to schedule with her. shes awesome:D. When you have gallstones it's a protacol for doctors to remove the gallbladder but if the gallbladder is not deseased why not just get rid of the gallstones by natural methods.
Madam, It does not work and your son will probably figure that out in a few months/years. Natural methods are complete and total bullshit placebo that actually are placing your son's life at risk.
Because it doesn't work and they'll keep coming back until your gallbladder get infected with all the dangerous problems with it. I had mine out and don't have any problems at all after that. I know so many people who had their gallbladder out and don't have problems at all. The whole operation is less painfull than one attack.
Yeah but there are people that do have alot of problems after and that the risk you take. It not worth the gamble. Yeah they'll keep coming back if you don't clean up your diet. Actually, there are only a few. I've asked around for months before I had my operation last week and out of ALL the people I asked, and I was surprised how many had the operation, I found two who still had a little problem. All the others have no problems whatsoever. I asked dozens of people, even when I was on vacation in Austria. Also I've been on a special diet for TWO years and they kept coming back. An infection is far more dangerous and can kill you for sure. Well I hope it works out for you...when I say clean up your diet, I mean no processed food, no meat, and no diary products. It's a hard thing to do. Basically a raw food diet. I know it's hard to follow this kind of diet but I've done alot of research on this and have read many testimonies on it. If your gallbladder was diseased then you did the right thing. But too many people have gotten their gallbladder removed and it wasn't necessary, remember it's a protocol of the doctor's. I´ve done a lot of research too before I had my operation. Conclusion, cleansing doesn´t work and can even get dangerous in the long run. And no, it´s NOT a protocol of the doctor, it´s MY choice. The doctor isn´t my boss, I decide myself if I want an operation or not. But you do what you want, I just hope you won´t be sorry because one day you´ll wake up having this terrible pain and yellow eyes and you´ll know it´s too late.Cleansing worked for me and my son who was in the same position. I'm sorry it didnt work for you. And with my research it is a protocol...when my son had an attack and years later I had an attack the same recomendation was recommened...after this I started researching the medical field of doctors trained in this field. I'm sorry but my opinion is that doctor's just want to take out the organs that they think are causing the problems...God gave us these organs for a reason.I don´t believe in gods so that problem is solved. Also you can miss loads of organs, or parts of them without problems. That´s why they can take your appendix out without problems. They can take a kidney out without problems and you can even miss half of your liver without problems. And in some rare cases they can even take a part of the brain out without problems. And again, it´s NOT a protocol, if you don´t want it they won´t do it. But don´t knock on their door if things go really wrong.well I do believe in God and maybr we should agree that we disagree. yes we can do withoout some of our organs by the grace of God.But they are their for a reason...good luck in your journey. Some parts of organs are a residu of something we once needed but can live without. An appendix doesn´t do a thing except getting infected. The grace of a god has nothing to do with that. Then I guess that we should agree that we disagree. I think I made my point and you did too and we should leave it at that. Good luck on your journey:).
Hey There! Thanks for this useful video. By the way, I hear many people keep on talking about Kidnetonex Remedy (search on google), but I'm not sure if it is really good. Have you considered home remedy called Kidnetonex Remedy? I've heard many great things about it and my friend completely cures his kidney stones naturally with this remedy. Hello there! Thanks a lot for this useful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about Kidnetonex Remedy (do a google search), but I'm not sure if it is really good. Have you ever tried home remedy called Kidnetonex Remedy? I have heard some amazing things about it and my mate completely cures his kidney stones safely with this remedy.I just got my gallbladder removed yesterday and they let me go the next day, getting put to sleep is freaking awesome, people please dont be scared! Yes it hurts a little bit after. I was in pain because i had to keep a JP drain but got removed the next day and that thing was bugging the crap out of me, it hurts to move but after it gets removed you feel better, i am now home with my lovely vicodin :) the only thing i warn u about is the explosive diarrhea after :) well goodluck!I'm getting my gallbladder removed soon and I was getting nervous, did it take you awhile to recover?i can tell you my whole experience in a message if you would like because it wont let me write a long comment.. just let me know :). well thank u for ur comment i am getting mine's done on september the 13 which is friday i am not scared i just want to know about the after math thank u.
Im having my surgry in 2 days , Im very scared and i got 7 months old with Me does it hurt after the surgry. Very helpful and accurate, I just had my surgery yesterday and I'm still recovering. In a lot of pain still, not to mention I have a 1 yr old that's upset because I can't hole her yet. i was in the same position as you took me 2 weeks to recover, my son was 9 months old and was distressed that i couldnt cuddle him makes you feel awful. xXx. Hey There! Thanks a lot for this helpful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Gallstelax Remedy (do a google search), but I'm not sure if it is really good. Have you thought about home remedy called Gallstelax Remedy? I've heard some incredible things about it and my buddy completely cures his gallstones naturally with this remedy.Can anyone help me. I've had my gall bladder taken out last year and still suffer the same pains but not as sever when I was pregnant. Can anyone explain y do I still have these pains if I have no gall bladder. i had my gall bladder out in 2009 and i still suffer with the pain - giving birth was a doddle tho compaired to having a gall stones attack, if you find out why this is etc please let me know x. got mine removed awhile back and there was some pain after...which painkillers handled a few weeks after everyday i would get a upset stomach and this lasted for a week or 2 but one day it stopped and everything is back to normal. I had mine yesterday. I have a a little bit of pain and one of the ports is bleeding. The medicine for pain is not helping at all.Finally got rid of my giant gallstone, thanks to Chinese Dr. Tie Qiao, he saved my gallbladder. See my experience here whatisgallstone com. Interesting video. I had mine taken out 4 days ago. So much better now it's gone. I can eat again. Please everyone do NOT EVER get your gallbladder taken out unless diseased and infected! EVEN IF YOU HAVE GALLSTONES! Watch my video and view my website! I just advised a friend to look at alternatives to surgery but she has gone ahead and booked the operation for Jan. The problem is that everyone trusts the Doctors more than the alternatives options.
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I have a 5 inch scar (right beside my belly button) from colon surgery. Would this effect laproscope gallbladder surgery or would they do open instead?
I'm in hospital right now. Getting my gallblabber removed tomorrow morning. I've been in pain for 3 days straight and hasn't gone away but thanks for the Morphine. Sounds like everyone is all good after it. I'm looking forward to it.
I have a 5 inch scar (right beside my belly button) from colon surgery. Would this effect laproscope gallbladder surgery or would they do open instead?
I'm not sure how long it took since I was pretty drugged up when I woke up. Overall it went well. Just pretty sore still.
I´VE ONE MONTH AND EVERYTHING IS OK, BUT I HAVE A LOT OF GASES, BUT THANK JESUS I´M ALIVE. I asked to look at my gallbladder when it was removed, I wanted to see what was giving me the most horrendous pain of my life!!! I wanted to smack it with a hand grenade the bastard thing, bye bye gall bladder!!very true!! so pleased I had mine removed!! the PAIN, WORSE THAN CHILDBIRTH!! (gallstones that is ..not the operation). Thank you all for the encouraging upcoming gallbladder surgery news. I have much to look forward to:(. Had the surgery done last week - Thought I'd add an ACCURATE description of how it's done and how to recover. After dealing with 3 10 hour pain attacks in a row, I sucked it up and went to the ER. Once ready for surgery, they strap you down, jam a sedative into your IV, and gas you. Afterwards, you recover for around a week draining the gas (You'll be full of it) from your body. Eat healthy (Sorry, you can't resume your daily diet of double cheeseburgers) and be light for a couple weeks. Easy! I just had that freaking thing removed today! Before the surgery i had horrible pain! but now that it's out i feel good as new. Just not look foward to geetting fst -___- i do like my Junk food from time to time! lol. Do not eat unhealthy, don't eat sugar salt fat in high quantities, if you remove your gallbladder you will gain weight like an elephant, for the rest of your life you can only eat fat free foods and salads, very healthy diet pretty much, which is good but its easier said than done, if you eat bread or rice or anything ordinary you will gain weight and can develop pancreatic cancer which will kill you, doctors aren't very informative about what happens when the gallbladder is removed, they lie. I agree,, had mine removed this way last year, best thing I had done, rather than that PAIN! and it is true it is worse than childbirth!! I had 4 natural births and wouldve had ten more rather than go through gall bladder pain!!, yes you are sore for fe days but thats it! I didnt liek the staples they used, I wouldve prefered the stitches. Dont be scared, I had mine down last year. I couldnt stand the excruciating pains no more. They removed my gallbladder this way, it took 2 hrs from start to finish, (waking, rest in recovery etc) I was sore for few days and bruised alot (im fair skinned, red hair), and yep you tend to walk a bit hunched over, for the bruising, but after 3-4 days, I was fine, best thing I had done, NO PAIN! please dont be scared. its worth having done. I went through this surgery about 3 years ago. Now I feel great and don't have to worry about what I can and can't eat :) I lived with gallbladder problems for almost six years before they did anything to help me. I'm sure there's people out there who has had this problem longer than I did, but it was six years of hell for me. Glad that's over!! I had emergency surgery yesterday after the gallbladder became infected. The pain was excruciating but gone as soon as I woke up from the operation. My abdomen is really swollen and I am in pain, but nothing like before the surgery.
Hi Emma, yeah I'm feeling better already that it is now gone I'm in bit of pain from the surgery and my belly is still puffy but I'm glad it's all over with now.
September 24, 2013. Minimally invasive SPIDER gallbladder removal surgery - TransEnterix (http://www.transenterix.com/gall-bladder.php) Hear a patient's story about gall bladder removal with SPIDER. Cholecystectomy is a minimally invasive surgical method used to remove the gallbladder.
September 15, 2013. Gallbladder removal made easy: With robot assistance, surgery at (http://www.elpasotimes.com/ci_20615810/gallbladder- removal-made-easy-robot-assistance-surgery-at) 14 May 2012 Before Bonilla's gallbladder removal in April, she was told the old method would have left a big, ugly scar on her stomach. "He only made one
October 9, 2013. Gall Bladder Removal - Cut it Out! | Maximized Living (http://www.maximizedliving.com/Home/MaximizedLiving Blog/tabid/772/Article/572/gall-bladder-removal-cut -it-out.aspx) 20 Jan 2012 At that time, elective gallbladder removal had become a common practice. Natural methods of treating gallbladder disease would include
October 10, 2013. Gallbladder Removal - New Choice Health (http://www.newchoicehealth.com/Laparoscopy,%2520Cho lecystectomy%2520(Gallbladder%2520Removal)-Cost) Although there are ways to drain the gallbladder and remove the stones, surgery is still the best method. A major drawback to medical therapy is the high
October 11, 2013. GALL BLADDER STONE REMOVAL - The Natural Way! - Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/notes/gimingaw-naku-nimo-gi -atot-ka-/gall-bladder-stone-removal-the-natural-wa y/154378717938458) GALL BLADDER STONE REMOVAL The Natural Way! November 3, 2010 at 8: 21pm. It has work for many, so that if it has for you, please pass it on the good
October 12, 2013. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (Keyhole Gallbladder surgery) (http://www.lpbsurgery.com/cholecystitis.html) The field of gallbladder surgery in recent times is rapidly changing. Keyhole surgery is now the standard method for removing the gallbladder when indicated.
October 13, 2013. read more - ASSA - The Association of Surgeons of South Africa (http://www.surgeon.co.za/C_ToO_001.asp) Gallbladder removal for gallstones, usually laparoscopic cholecystectomy This is not a complication of surgery but is an accepted method still widely used if
October 14, 2013. Surgeon finds way to perform laparoscopic gallbladder removal in (http://www.news-medical.net/news/20131008/Surgeon-f inds-way-to-perform-laparoscopic-gallbladder-remova l-in-Nicaragua.aspx) 8 Oct 2013 A University of Michigan surgeon has found a way to successfully perform laparoscopic gallbladder removal in Nicaragua, despite limited
October 15, 2013. Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal (Cholecystectomy) Patient (http://www.sages.org/publications/patient-informati on/patient-information-for-laparoscopic-gallbladder -removal-cholecystectomy-from-sages/) Gallbladder removal is one of the most commonly performed surgical If The Operation Cannot Be Performed Or Completed By The Laparoscopic Method?
October 16, 2013. Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery (Cholecystectomy) and Recovery (http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/laparoscop ic-gallbladder-surgery-for-gallstones) Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is the best method of treating gallstones that cause symptoms, unless there is a reason that the surgery should not be done.