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An operation to remove your gallbladder, a pear-shaped organ that is located on the upper right side of your belly beneath your liver, is called Cholecystectomy Surgery. Bile, a digestive fluid created in your liver, is gathered and stored in your gallbladder. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a minimally invasive surgery to remove the gallbladder. It helps people when gallstones cause inflammation, pain, or infection. The surgery involves a few small incisions, and the patient can return to a normal routine very soon.
Gallstones symptoms include:
During laparoscopic cholecystectomy, four small incisions are made on the abdomen. A tiny video camera-assisted tube is inserted into the abdomen through one of the incisions. A surgical tool is inserted through the other incisions to remove the gallbladder.
Cholecystectomy is a minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery and can take around 3 to 4 weeks to return to normal activities.
Gallbladder inflammation also called Cholecystitis occurs due to several reasons including trauma, illness, infection, tumors, or when bile builds up in the gallbladder from gallstones.
Sleep on your back or left side, and not on your stomach or right side. The incisions made on the abdomen are usually on the right side, thus avoid sleeping directly on incisions. It may reduce pressure on the area and can cause less discomfort.
It is a laparoscopic surgery a swollen belly is a normal thing to notice. This is caused by the air that surgeons have put in the abdomen to help see the organs better.
Avoid high-fat foods, fried and greasy foods, and fatty sauces and gravies for at least a week after surgery. Instead, choose fat-free or low-fat foods.
Many insurance companies provide coverage for cholecystectomy surgeries after a period of few years. Our HospiOne Team can guide you perfectly in this scenario.
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