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Gallbladder "Attacks" and Gallstones

Written by Wellness Club on January 28, 2009 – 4:23 pm -

How to End the Pain and Save Your Gallbladder

Nearly half a million gallbladder surgeries — removal, or cholecystectomy to be precise — are performed each year in the US. Many of the people who give up their gallbladders to such surgery appear to be fine, and the pain of their gallbladder attacks are over. Oddly enough, for many others, gallbladder "attacks" continue even in the absence of a gallbladder – in fact, one authoritative source indicates that Post Cholecystectomy Syndrome (PCS) affects at least 10 to 15% of people who have had their gallbladders removed!

Are the people who have given up their gallbladders really "fine"? And why do others continue to have pain in spite of removal of their gallbladder? What is the real cause of Gallbladder pain? And most importantly, what can be done about it?

You may be surprised at the answers to these questions – Dr. Myatt has written an informative and fully-referenced article that could just save you from needless surgery and from the pain and suffering of gallbladder disease. Check it out here at The Wellness Club website!

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