Gall bladder Stones.

A call Stones is a Stone formed within the hall bladder out it precipitated bile components. gall Stone disease refers to the condition where call Stones are either in the fall bladder or common bile duct. The presence of Stones in the fall bladder is referred to as cholelithiasis , presence of gall stones in the common bile duct is called cholelithiasis . A Characteristics symptoms of a gall stone attack is the presence of colicky pain in the upper right side of the abdomen often accompanied by nausea and vomiting the pain steadily increase of approximately 30 minutes to several hours. A person may also experience referred Pain between the shoulder blades or below the right shoulder . Often attacks occurs after a particularly fatty meal and almost always happen at night and after drinking. In addition to pain , nausea and vomiting a person may experience a Fever.

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NICE ILLUSTRATION G STONES HAVE A KUND OF GENETIC STATUS THEY ARE MOSTLY CHOLESTROL STONED ONE CAN HAVE SILENT WE CAN HAVE STONES IN C.B D THESE DAYS G STONES ARE OPERATED BY LEPROSCOPIC SURGERY

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I have given following medicines with good results 1.Gorochan+Kutaki+Apamarg Kshar+Tamra Bhasma before food with Kumari Asav 2.Aarogyavardhini Vati 3-3-3 with Punarnavashtak Quath 3.Kanakasav three times after food Pls note: If tamra bhasma is ashuddha then patient starts getting nausea & Itching,stop the medicine immediately, hence the source of tamtra bhasma should be proper. Thanks

Well manage case. Plz evaluate for lipid profile. Plz share USG abd and CT images if available. Thanks sir for sharing.

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Gall stone Ideal cholecystectomy High cholesterol in gall bladder

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Cholecystectomy in gallbladder stones

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Informative post Thanks Please continue....

One of the cause of Pancreatitis in non-alcoholic or frequently.... Cholesterol gall stones Nice illustration ..... Need lipid profile and USG abd

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