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Ultrasound says chronic cholecytitis with cholelithiasis, contracted gallbaldder. Taking Udilib, Sarbiline. Suggestions ?

hello doc, gud monning, kindly inform in my ultrasound report IMPRESSION ;-CHRONIC CHOLECYTITIS WITH CHOLELITHIASIS GALL BLADDER IS CONTRACED WITH MULTIPLE CALCULAI IN LUMEN. CBD IS NORMAL KINDLY IN INFORM I AM USING - -- UDILIB300-BD --SARBILINE-BD -ISHOBGOL-BD - PANTACID -EMPTY STOMCH IN THE MORNING KINDLY SUGGEST ME WHAT SHOULD REMOVE THE GALL BLADER. OR CARE WITH THE ABOVE DIAGNOSE.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, welcome to HCM,
Firstly, the disease you are suffering from is presence of multiple stone in the gall bladder. It causes contraction of the gall bladder and inflammation.
So, the treatment of these diseases are to remove the stone.
Drugs like udiliv seem to dilute the stone but it is a long term procedure and till then you have to suffer.
In my opinion, just consult with a general surgeon for surgical removal of gall bladder as early as possible.
Regards.
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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