I have been diagnosed with gall bladder stone of 14mm diameter. What is the best treatment for me.
OMG! 14mm - That's going to hurt. What they do is sonic wave it to break it up. Then the passing of stones will be like giving childbirth in pain volume.
Gallbladder problems can be a very painful disorder, and the disease that may come up after the problem is quite dangerous. For this reason, one should know what signs and symptoms to watch for to avoid the problem
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