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stone in gallblader
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by khalidakbar - Dec 27th, 2011 4:57 pm.
khalidakbar
khalidakbar
sir, my wife has a stone of 2.5cm in gallblader.Wheather it must be opreated or not. She is a bloodsugar patient. from where it sould be operated by Laproscopy and much should be incurred.kindly guide me.Thanks
re: stone in gallblader by Dr M.K. Gupta - Dec 28th, 2011 2:13 am
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Dr M.K. Gupta
Dr M.K. Gupta
Dear Khalidakbar

For reasons that aren’t fully understood, individuals with diabetes convey more gallstone problems than people in the general population.

So in your wife case you should must go for laparoscopic CHOLECYSTECTOMY.

The evidence that individuals with diabetes are at and the higher chances of gallstones is clear, but we still don’t know why.

Perhaps it’s because people with diabetes are usually overweight, and obesity is related to gallstone disease. People with diabetes have higher amounts of triglycerides - a type of fat - and it’s theorized that the triglycerides themselves encourage gallstone formation.

Another theory is that stones form due to what is called autonomic neuropathy, or damage from diabetes towards the involuntary nerves that control movement from the bowels and gallbladder. Based on this type of thought, the bile kept in the gallbladder is not released efficiently because the nerves are damaged, and gallstones form from the resulting sludge.

Also, recent research on insulin-resistant mice shows that FOXO1, a specific protein associated with diabetes, increases the amount of cholesterol that enters the bile, which may lead to the formation of gallstones. Cholesterol is a major component of most gallstones.

Diabetes and Gallbladder Problems: Be aware of Symptoms

An individual living with diabetes, manipulating the diabetes may be the way to head off gallbladder problems.

With regards
M.K. Gupta

When diabetes is under control, it's much less likely that autonomic neuropathy will end up a problem, as well as your triglyceride levels will be lower - thus decreasing your odds of developing gallstones, based on Krikorian.

Diabetes and Gallbladder Problems: Gallstone Symptoms

This common-sense approach means that individuals with diabetes should know gallstone symptoms, Krikorian says.

Some gallstones, called silent stones, cause no symptoms and don't require treatment. However, in lots of people, gallbladder “attacks” may occur, especially after consuming a fat-laden meal.

The signs of a gallbladder attack may include:

Sudden pain in the right upper abdomen that can last several hours
Pain between the neck or under the right shoulder
Abdominal pain dedicated to the right side that worsens after eating
Unexplained nausea or vomiting

Diabetes and Gallbladder Problems: Managing Diabetes

Most people with diabetes who are under a doctor’s care possess a plan in position to handle and treat their disease. An administration plan should address food intake, exercise, medications, and daily monitoring of blood sugar levels.

Controlling blood sugar levels should not only help you feel good generally, however it may also delay the start of complications often related to diabetes, including gallbladder problems.

Diabetes and Gallbladder Problems: Treatment

Individuals with diabetes are usually considered high-risk for any surgery, including gallbladder surgery, says Krikorian. But, in most cases, when gallstones are problematic, the best course of action would be to take away the gallbladder. Based on Krikorian, controlling the diabetes doesn’t change following the gallbladder is taken away.

In general, whether they have diabetes or otherwise, most people can avoid gallbladder problems by eating a consistently balanced diet, getting enough exercise, and managing their overall health.

With regards
M.K. Gupta

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re: stone in gallblader by Suiliabeals - Dec 8th, 2013 10:46 pm
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Suiliabeals
Suiliabeals
I confirm. It was and with me.
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