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Recent advances in understanding and managing cholesterol gallstones

Version 1. F1000Res. 2018; 7: F1000 Faculty Rev-1529. Published online 2018 Sep 24. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.15505.1 PMCID: PMC6173119 PMID: 30345010 Di Ciaula, A., & Portincasa, P. (2018). Recent advances in understanding and managing cholesterol gallstones. F1000Research, 7, F1000 Faculty Rev-1529. doi:10.12688/f1000research.15505.1 Abstract The high prevalence of cholesterol gallstones, the availability of new information about pathogenesis, and the relevant health costs due to the […]

Patient Success Story

I went to the er several months ago with the same thing. The Docotor said it was my gallbladder. I went to my doctor who sent me to another doctor and they decided that I need sugery. I was very scared, and a friend told me to try this before I had sugery: An alternative […]

FAKE, Illegal Informed Consent Patient Hand Out – Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) Brochure of Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery

A doctor is under a duty of care to take reasonable steps to ensure that all patients are aware of any material risks involved in any recommended treatment. Doctors are also under a duty of care to advise of reasonable alternatives or variant treatments. The test of materiality is whether, in the circumstances of the […]

Testimony from a young woman – Dissolution of gallstones is real

Hard core evidence – The good surgeon is lying  through his / her teeth when advising , no diet or alternative treatment options available to treat gallstones except to undergo surgery . One testimony of 10’s of 1000’s Testimony from a young woman Hi. Hope d group members are all doing fine 🙂 Well I […]

Gall Bladder and Gallstones – Deficiencies in fat-soluble vitamins

Gall Bladder and Gallstones June 2, 2017 in Live Blood Analysis /by Elizabeth Clemons in Nutrition /by Jeff Apthorp Gall Bladder and Gallstones  I thought I was having a heart attack. The pain and pressure in my chest and shoulders were unbearable. Should I call 911 or try to drive to the hospital? Or was this just the worst […]

What they never told you about how your gallbladder works (and what it does to your health after surgery)

by drmiranda | Sep 22, 2015 | gallbladder, health, weight gain, weight loss | This basic principle  applies to any surgery , albeit different organ systems are affected, but for our purposes, we will relate this to gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy).   ANY time you have surgery (of any sort) you can experience fatigue. Your body only heals when you are asleep – so that […]

Alexandria’s story : Post-Cholecystectomy Syndrome (PCS) remedy

Suggestions for a Post-Cholecystectomy Syndrome (PCS) remedy Posted on August 16, 2013 by Alexandra Whew, that title is a mouthful! Years ago–more years than I care to count–I had my gallbladder removed. I had gotten gallstones as a side-effect of birth control pills. I had no idea why every month I would get an attack of crippling, writhe-in-agony […]

Truth about Postcholecystectomy syndrome never disclosed to patients

Postcholecystectomy syndrome: pain and indigestion after gallbladder surgery After gallbladder surgery, some people have digestion problems and upper abdominal pain. The medical term for this condition is postcholecystectomy syndrome (PCS). Gallbladder removal surgery is called cholecystectomy. By medical research, postcholecystectomy syndrome strikes 10-15 percent of people without the gallbladder. More than 700,000 cholecystectomies are performed […]

Gallbladder Issues : More honest opinion

Medical science, based as it is upon the evolutionary model, believes that disease occurs primarily as the result of defects within the human body. The approach to disease management, therefore, is to attack the body to correct the faulty process or remove the defective organ. For much of the twentieth century certain organs were believed […]