Gallbladder after Surgery Complications – What You Should Know About Losing a Gallbladder

Over half a million people will get their gallbladder removed this year in America alone. And you are one of the hundreds of thousands who are asking about gallbladder after surgery complications.

I applaud your courage to question if removing an organ is the right thing for you. Unfortunately, many doctors do not think twice about recommending patients to get their gallbladder removed. Because of the popularity of many surgeries, like laparoscopic, many people think removing their gallbladder is a pretty simple procedure. Though the procedure is not very risky, the complications after surgery can be very risky and sometimes fatal.

Here are some facts you should know before you get your gallbladder removed.

Gallbladder Removal Facts

Gallbladder surgery is a very commonplace procedure now days. Unfortunately, there are also many complications that can and will arise from this procedure. Here some things you should know before removing your organ, the gallbladder.

1. Doctors have their own way of treating people. Surprisingly, some doctors are now recommending a gallstone flush before surgery. Because of the research and success behind natural health, many doctors would like their patients to try to flush their gallstones before resorting to surgery. You will read why in a moment.

2. Recent longitudinal studies have shown that patients who remove their gallbladder are more at risk for 2 types of cancer. Both bowel and colon cancer are more likely to occur to those who remove their gallbladder.

3. Gallbladder complications occur every day. In fact, if you Google ‘gallbladder surgery complications’ you will find more than 402,000 sites that shown relevant information about these problems. Most of the problems deal with patients dealing with intense stomach pain, diarrhea and nausea that can last up to 2 years. This is partially because your body is adjusting to a missing organ. Some doctors may call this postcholecystectomy syndrome.

4. Other complications after surgery include: severe inflammation or infection of bile duct (cholangitis), inflammation of the abdominal lining (peritonitis), injury to bile duct, injury to small intestine by one of the instruments used during surgery, injury to the cystic duct, bile leakage to abdominal cavity, gallstones being pushed further into bile duct and liver being cut. All of these risks are small but can result in devastating pain and further complications.

5. Natural health researchers brag that almost all gallstones can be passed painlessly with simple natural remedies that flush the bile ducts which flush the gallstones. Unfortunately, most doctors will not even consider a natural remedy because they were not taught natural health in medical schools. Unfortunately, this is because multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical companies have contracts with most medical schools and hospitals.

Is There Another Option?

Gallbladder after surgery complications are a very serious issue. If you intend for living more than 15 longer, the smarter treatment would be to try a natural treatment to painlessly flush your gallstones before surgically removing your gallbladder. Surgery should only be a last resort!

If you would like to learn about a 100% guaranteed, step by step, research based Gallstone Remedy Report, please visit our website today. We promise you will flush your gallstones by tomorrow with our downloadable report. And it only costs the price of 1 meal!

Joe Barton and Barton Publishing have helped thousands of gallstone sufferers keep their organ and painlessly flush their gallstones in less than 24 hours. For a 100% guarantee, please visit us now!

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