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i have a stone in my gall bladder measuring 27mm. what shall i do? is operation

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    meghaquietposted 7 years ago

    i have a stone in my gall bladder measuring 27mm. what shall i do? is operation only way out?

    my name is Milind. my age is 18years. my weight is 82 kilograms and am 5 ft. 8" tall. my liver is fatty as well.

  2. Spider Girl profile image66
    Spider Girlposted 7 years ago

    I strongly recommend that you consult your doctor right away since it is what he can better tell you about. But for a general advise from me, operation is not always the only way through such cases, it all depends on the size of stone and related symptoms. I think you should have it operated upon as soon as possible since I've seen many cases in my family which were all operated upon.

  3. avoiceofone18 profile image58
    avoiceofone18posted 7 years ago

    I think it is easy to offer some insight, but I think that you are not best served by lay opinions. You need to seek professional advice, most important, you need to do the research yourself, to best understand the terminology associated with your circumstances. We are privileged today to have access to a wealth of information that can effectively educate you about your issue, its treatment and its prognosis.
    Educate yourself, for the knowledge is power and will serve you well in making the best decision that only you can make. God bless you in your efforts for wellness.

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    JoniMilersposted 7 years ago

    There is a cure for gall bladder diseases and the cure involves removing the polyps from the gallbladder and the disease will be cured at this point, but there are some cases in which the polyps of the gall bladder
    http://www.thegallbladdersymptoms.com/

    visit your doctor

 
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