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What are Gallstones?

Gallstones are referred to as, small little pieces of solid materials that grow/form in the gallbladder. The gallbladder is positioned below the liver.  These solid stones are formed as a result of cholesterol and pigments that form hard particles.

There are two types of Gallstones:

  • Pigment stones: These stones are small and dark in color, and are made up of bilirubin.
  • Cholesterol stones: These are mostly yellow or green in color; 80% of gallstones are cholesterol stones.

What causes Gallstones?


  • Body weight can cause gallstones;
  • Diet;
  • Not enough movement of the gallbladder;
  • Genetics;

Gallstones may grow when there is no balance in the cells that produce the bile. For example, too much of cholesterol in the bile will cause cholesterol stones. Another cause is when a person cannot urinate properly as the gallbladder is not able to empty properly. Pigment stones are common in people that suffer from a medical condition, such as liver disease and blood disease.


Gallstone Symptoms:


  • Feeling of nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Heartburn
  • Bloated feeling
  • Gas
  • Ingestion
  • Pain in the lower back that may last for several hours
  • Pain when urinating

Some people suffering from gallstone don’t develop any symptoms; this is called, “silent stones”. A person may only find out they have gallstones when they go for a check-up for another illness.


Treatment for Gallstones


For the gallstones and the gallbladder to be removed, surgery normally takes place. There are two types of operations and are referred to as a Cholecystectomy and Laparoscopic cholecystectomy. This treatment is less harmful and doesn’t often have complications.

  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Instruments like a light and a camera are used in this procedure to pass through the small openings in the abdomen. The doctor takes a look at the video monitor, which views the inside of the body using the camera. This surgery is used most of the time to remove the gallbladder.
  • Open cholecystectomy - This is a longer procedure in which the surgeon makes an opening in the abdomen to remove the gallbladder.
  • Lithotripsy: This treatment makes use of a machine that generates, sound waves to break up and destroy gallstones; it is a non-invasive treatment. This treatment is used in people that have small and soft stones. The treatment is only available in certain medical centers.

Preventing Gallstones

The good and the bad foods when preventing gallstones:

  • Fat: Fats that found in canola oil, olive oil, and omega-3 oil that is found in fish oil and avocados, may reduce your risk of developing gallstones. Fish oils help the gallbladder to empty properly. But one should stay away from saturated fats that are found butter, meat, and other animal products. These increase the chances of developing gallstones because they are a high source of cholesterol.
  • Fiber: Fiber is found in cereals, bread, and vegetables and this helps prevent the formation of gallstones.
  • Nuts: Nuts such as walnuts, almonds, and peanuts may prevent you from developing gallstones. Eating these and snacking on them is a good way not to feel hungry and is also a good way to lose weight.
  • Sugar: High levels of sugar will increase the possibility of developing gallstones.
  • Exercise: Doing exercise at least once a day will keep your weight stable and also prevent you from developing gallstones.
  • Carbohydrates: The body turns carbohydrates turn into sugar, this will increase the chance of you developing gallstones.





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