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What causes gallstones and how are they treated ?

i am 25 female height 5ft 3 inches, married i have gall stones which were developed during my pregnancy my gp said they vl go after my delivery 3 years ago but they are still here. last week when i had an ultrasound of my abdomen after pain became unbearable it reveald that my gallstones hav increasd from 0.5 cm to 3.0 cm as well i hav fatty liver . so i went for LFTs but they were normal but my CPESR indicated som diffrenece with WBC increased & ESR also increased. i dont get it that if i hav fatty liver then how come i have normal LFTs?
Asked On : Tue, 10 May 2011
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u have gall stone and its symptomatic means u have pain
high wbc and esr indicate infection
fatty liver is due to fat deposition in liver,it is related to it structure not function
while LFT are related to liver function.
so what u have is possible
better to consult surgeon,u might need operation to remove gall stone
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