Your gallbladder is a very little organ located in your upper belly more towards the right side. The abdomen, is home to numerous organs, including the stomach and gallbladder. Your body digests food with the assistance of the bile that the gallbladder stores and gathers. In the gallbladder, small, hard deposits called gallstones can form. This circumstance is common. If you have gallstones and they are causing you health problems, your doctor may advise surgery to remove them. For instance, surgery will be required if you have pain and your gallbladder isn’t working properly.
Symptoms of gallbladder problems:
- Sharp pain in your upper abdomen, with or without back ache
- Nausea and vomiting,
- Fever, and
- Yellow skin – Jaundice is the medical term for skin and eyes that look yellow. You might get jaundice if gallstones block your bile duct.
You might be acquainted with techniques for melting or dissolving gallstones (dissolve). Sadly, they are not successful.
Usually, removing the gallbladder is the best way to treat gallbladder problems. You might find some comfort by altering your diet. Eating less fat is one tactic. However, gallstones rarely go away on their own. So, these are the surgeries that our doctor will recommend after thorough check-ups and needed tests
The most common procedure for removing gallbladders is laparoscopic surgery, therefore it might be the best choice for you. You will have general anaesthesia during your laparoscopic gallbladder removal. As a result, you are not conscious while it is being done. The surgeon closes your incisions with stitches, staples, tape, or glue following the procedure. These may disappear as you heal, so the doctor does not need to remove them.
The doctor inserts a port, a tiny surgical tool with a tiny camera, after making a small incision near your belly button while you are asleep. The port-created opening might be used by your surgeon to administer gas to the abdomen. This creates space so that the operation can be done. Finally, your gallbladder is carefully removed through one of the incisions after being disconnected.
Robotic Gallbladder Removal
Your surgeon might carry out your treatment with the aid of a surgical robot.
Your doctor now operates the robot instead of manually regulating the gadgets. Robotic surgery is a common name for this process.
You can probably return to your regular activities in a week. Complications are problems that develop during or after medical care. Most individuals who undergo laparoscopic gallbladder surgery have few <1%, if any, complications.
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