Who All Are At Risk For Gallstones?
- People aged above 60
- Family history
- Obese people
- Pregnant women
- Women who had multiple pregnancies
- Sudden weight loss
Tests and procedures used to diagnose gallstones and complications of gallstones include
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is one of the most common surgeries. This surgery is usually done for gallbladder disease such as:
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Gallstones themselves are not life-threatening. In fact, in most cases, there are no symptoms at all. However, gallstones can cause serious problems in certain cases such as Jaundice, Gallbladder infection, Pancreatic inflammation, Bile duct obstruction, Gallbladder rupture, etc.
One of the most common symptoms of Gallstones is pain. The pain can range from constant discomfort to acute pain and can last anywhere from 15 minutes to several hours and then eventually subside.
If gallstones aren't treated properly and timely, they increase the risk of developing life- threatening conditions like Cholecystitis, Sepsis, Gallbladder Cancer, etc.
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