You’ve probably heard this before. A patient with gallstones underwent gallbladder removal surgery only to experience the same gallstone pain 3 months later. Is it possible at all to have a gallbladder attack when there’s no more gallbladder to cause it in the first place? Well, yes and no. It’s possible to have stones forming… Read more Can you get gallstones after gallbladder removal surgery?
As you very well know, popcorn is one of the more popular snack items in a typical Western diet. So is it ok to eat popcorn when you have gallstones? It’s best to understand more about gallstones first. Then we’ll see which types of food work with this condition and whether this includes popcorn. IMPORTANT… Read more Can You Eat Popcorn When You Have Gallstones?
The most immediate cause of gallbladder attack symptoms is bile obstruction due to gallstones blocking the flow of the bile. This obstruction can occur on the gallbladder’s opening, along the cystic duct, or along the bile duct. However, since bile is a product of the liver, anything that affects liver health may also affect the… Read more Does Alcohol Cause Gallstones Attack Symptoms?
Gallstone formation is not caused by the food you eat. However, if you already have gallstones, eating certain foods may cause your gallstones to act up. A fatty meal, for instance, can cause a bout of intense pain in the abdominal area. The pain can also shoot in the back, in the shoulders, or between… Read more Gallstones Foods to Avoid To Stop Pain!
What do Gallstones look like? A patient may develop multiple gallstones ranging in size from as small as a grain of sand to about 0.5 cm. Though quite rare, it’s not impossible to find gallstones as large as 5 cm. When there are only a few gallstones, they tend to be larger and more rounded.… Read more What do Gallstones Look Like & What Are the Attack Symptoms?