Gall bladder stones

gallbladder operation by lapro scopy is very simple. Living with gall stones is dangerous. It gets highly complicated if the stones get into bile duct;, chances of survival 50/50 (I may be wrong). I used ayurveda, homeopathy etc. for two months and got in to problems. One should go immediately to gastroenterologist. In my opinion (purely), if some one says there is medicine(traditional/allopathy) to cure this problem with out operation(particularly after the advice of gastroenterologist to go for operation), he is your killer. Act fast if you want to live. I apologize if I have hurt anybody.
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Encouraging advise more  
During a routine medical check up ten years ago, I was diagnosed with Gall Bladder stones and two surgeons advised me that the surgery was not necessary as the stones of 2cms size are static. THe caution they gave me was that in case of an acute pain any time, I would need to bring to the doctor's attention about my Gall bladder stones. Ranganathan more  
You are right. Dr G L Moondra more  
Truth is that there are 3 types of stones. But current guidelines are go for chelecystectomy. Because in India cholesterol gall stones with Calcium are predominant. In south it is pigment.must remove if one is younger and is symptomatic. Can still Weight the pro and con in asymtomatic and patients over 90 yrs. more  
According to allopathic medicine gall stones are removed by laparoscopic surgery. However, if one has crossed the age 60 and if gall stone is not giving problem then it is better not to do any surgery. This is the rule written in well known text book of surgery. However, whenever it gives any problem at any age, it should be removed immediately. more  
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