Now, assuming you go ahead with the surgery, here’s something else you should know… The first and most major risk of this surgery is that IT MAY NOT WORK… in other words, some people continue to have gallbladder pain even after the surgery. And at that point, there is nothing left to do. Again, this is because you have not dealt with the root of the problem. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to you at this point when you consider that you haven’t made a change in your diet, but you have removed an organ that helps you deal with it.
In addition to all the problems stated above, here are some of the other risks and complications possible with gallbladder surgery. Now, although the overall risk of laparoscopic gallbladder surgery is low, complications may include:
* Injury to the cystic duct, which carries bile from the gallbladder to the common bile duct.
* gallstones that remain in the abdominal cavity.
* Bile that leaks into the abdominal cavity.
* Injury to abdominal blood vessels, such as the major blood vessel carrying blood from the heart to the liver (hepatic artery).
* A gallstone being pushed into the common bile duct.
* The liver being cut.
More surgery may be needed to repair these complications. We strongly recommend looking into some all natural alternatives like diet which can only improve your overall health and may produce significant if not total pain reduction within days. This makes sense considering you will be giving your body a chance to heal itself without clogging it continually with what made it sick in the first place.
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