You don’t have to live with pain of gallstones

Treatment for gallstones includes dietary changes (eating a low-fat diet) and medications that can reduce pain and slowly break them down. If you have frequent gallbladder attacks and more conservative treatments don’t work, you may be a candidate for surgery to remove your gallbladder, Darr says.

Source: Pocono Record

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