Gallstones are not stones in real sense but rather a solid or pieces of solid or lumpy physical structures that may form inside the gallbladder during the process of concentration of bile. These stones are not something that can be retained. Since the gallstones cannot be removed, the entire gallbladder removal surgery is performed. The gallbladder removal surgery prevents further complications.
After gallbladder removal surgery, a procedure called Cholecystectomy, there are changes to your digestive system and your body will gradually adjust to it. Some people may not see any changes to their digestive pattern and will carry on as usual. This pattern what we are now talking is after the post-operative diet plan (usually a week) the surgeon has handed to them. Some may report digestive problems even after their post-operative diet plan. Here are few digestive problems one may encounter after having their gallbladder removal surgery done.
We should be pretty aware how gallstones are formed and the threat Gallstones produce for the Gallbladder. But not just the Gallstones, the Gallbladder can also be affected by other medical conditions. Some of these gallbladder diseases are really serious requiring emergency assistance. Some can be treated and some are unfortunately fatal. Here are some of the gallbladder diseases other than the gallstones.