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What diet will help me get rid of gall bladder stone ?

Hello Doctor , I did have my general check up 8 to 9 months back and I was told I do have a Gal bladder stone. I checked up with doctor and they said I have to take up the surgery when I have more pain and there are no medication for this at all. Also they suggested to reduce fatty food. I checked online and found 1 apple a day would help. I am taking 1 apple everyday and I did not feel the pain for these 9 months. I am planning to take another scan to see if I have it still. My question is, can the galbladder stone go away at any point of time? What other diet would help me with this. I am not experiencing any pain till now. Thank you!
Asked On : Fri, 10 Jun 2011
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Usually gall stones dont disappear.You will only feel the pain if the number,size of the stones increase or if they block any duct.If you havent felt the pain,then this is a good sign.Hopefully they havent increased.
You need to follow a fat free diet,with more proteins.
Avoid alcohol etc.
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