welcome to health care magic! Gall bladder
surgeries are one of the most commonly performed surgeries these days, even on youngsters. it is usually done after ultrasound
and blood tests which can tell in advance in most of the cases if there is an active infection going on. however, in my experience I have seen cases in which it is only during surgery case becomes clear enough.
The condition which you have mentioned is one of acutely inflamed gall bladder, which is first tried with laparoscopy
but because found difficult to access was later tried with open surgery. When the gall bladder is found acutely inflamed during surgery and especially if it is stuck to either liver
or any other organ, it is usually not operated on. so, I think that your doctor has done the right thing.
Such cases are preferably given time for few weeks to months for acute infection to settle down, under antibiotics and vigilance. They are later operated on after repeat investigations. Please maintain dietary restrictions and take the prescribed medicines, and it will help you. because your gall bladder is already stuck between liver and stomach, it is possibly have shrunk and has less possility of getting ruptured.
regular supervision in between will keep you informed about the status of your gall bladder. keep in touch with your doctor.
I can understand that it is difficult to undergo repeat surgery or wait for it, but in my experience I have seen such cases and they had successful outcome.
I hope this will help you, and feel free to ask further if you have any other question in mind regarding to this.
Dr. Manisha Gopal