Gallbladder Stone Treatment in Mumbai
Best Gallbladder Stone Treatment in Mumbai
Gallbladder Stone Treatment in Mumbai
Dr. Hemant Jain is a Senior Consultant Laparoscopic surgeon (Gastro surgeon) practicing in Mumbai with a special focus on Single-Incision Laparoscopic Surgeries (SILS), Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries, and GI Cancer Surgeries.
Visiting Consultant in Mumbai
Upasani Super Speciality Hospital
Plot No.1109/A Devi Dayal Cross Road, behind Fire Station, P&T Staff Colony, Mulund West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400080
Why do Gallbladder Stones occur?
Stones in the gallbladder are congregations formed out of bile due to various factors.The size of gallstones can range from that of a grain of rice to that of a small golf ball. Gallstones can be single or multiple. Individuals can be affected by gallstones singly or in clusters (when environmental factors are the cause).
What should you look for?
In some cases, gallstones may not even produce any symptoms (asymptomatic gallstones). However, if the gallstone blocks the outlet of gallbladder, passes forth into bile duct, these symptoms may occur if the gallbladder becomes leads to infection ed or if a gallstone blocks the common bile duct or the pancreatic duct, symptoms occur.
The symptoms can be varied and may include:
- Pain in the right upper abdominal region that comes came on suddenly and can be severe getting got progressively worse.
- pain in right shoulder.
- Discomfort in the upper back, between the shoulder blades.
- Symptoms of sickness, such as nausea and vomiting.
- The discomfort from gallstones can last from a few minutes to a few hours.
When Should i consult a doctor?
If you’re experiencing any of these potentially dangerous symptoms, it’s time to make a doctor’s appointment.
- Abdominal pain is so severe that it makes it impossible to relax or rest in any position.
- The whites of your eyes and skin will turn yellow (Jaundice).
- Extremely high temperature with accompanying chills.
Treatment for Gallbladder Stones in Mumbai
Gallstone disease symptoms typically indicate the need for cholecystectomy (the removal of the gallbladder). Laparoscopic surgery allows for only a small incision in the belly button to accomplish the procedure. Compared to traditional open surgery, laparoscopic procedures are much less invasive, painful, and traumatic, which ultimately speeds up recovery and allows patients to leave the hospital sooner. After surgery, many people can go home the following day.
After only two or three days of experiencing symptoms, surgery for acute cholecystitis is considered optimal treatment.
If the stones enter the common bile duct or pancreatic duct, an Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERP) with or without stent placement may be necessary.
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Let's address some concerns about the removal of GallStones
Is the treatment for Gallbladder Stones painful?
Laparoscopic surgery is typically used to remove the gallbladder which is less painful than open surgery. Within a few hours of surgery, patients can be mobilised out of bed; bed rest is not necessary.
Do you have to follow a special diet after Gallbladder Surgery?
Theoretically, it is advised to stay away from oily, fatty, and spicy foods for a few weeks following gallbladder surgery for at least 6 to 8 weeks.But in reality, in our practice we have observed that Indians tolerate a normal healthy full course meal pretty well few days after surgery. Hence in our clinical practice we do not advocate for any dietary restriction. Only dietary advice given is to have a well-balanced age appropriate diet. A protein rich diet is advised after surgery to aid in wound healing.
What risks arise with Gallbladder Surgery?
There is a small risk of complications during laparoscopic cholecystectomy, but this is true of any surgical procedure. One of the potential worst side effects of gallbladder removal is damage to the bile duct. Dr. Hemant Jain is among the best gallbladder surgeons in Mumbai, and he can tell you more about the potential dangers and worries associated with your condition.