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Small stones in the gall bladder
are common, If a gallstone moves into the duct that carries bile, and stretches it or gets stuck, distressing symptoms such as abdominal pain
, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, even jaundice and pancreatitis
Adult patients with silent or incidental gallstones should be observed and managed conservatively, Oral bile acid dissolution: ursodeoxycholic
acid.is given to patients who do not wish to undergo surgery. If surgery has to be postponed patient is advised to avoid dietary fats and large meals.
Patients with symptomatic gall stone disease should undergo elective surgery
to avoid complications of Gall stone disease.
Cholecystectomy open or laproscopic for patients with symptomatic gallstones offers excellent long term results.
About 90% of patients with typical biliary symptoms and stones are rendered symptom free after cholecystectomy.
No Long term studies are available which proves that homeopathy is curable for Gall Stones
, though it has been shown to be helpful to some people in relieving pain.
My suggetion to continue with conservative management and keep a watch and if you get pain or recurrent symptoms should consult a surgeon and should go for surgery to avoid any complications.
Hope I have answered your Queries.
Wishing you good health