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Gall Bladder Disease by lauragetsfit Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 7:47am 176! Yes, that's the magic number that was on my scale this morning! 5'10", that's not bad, right? I started reading a new book last night, The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse: An All-Natural, At-Home Flush to Purify and Rejuvenate Your Body . I think I may have mentioned this a while back (but never really emphasized on ... Read on »
Gall-Bladder Disorders by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm The gall-bladder is a pear-shaped organ, 10 cm. long and three to five cm. wide, attached to the under-surrace of the liver on the right side. The main function of the gallbladder is to store the bile secreted by the liver. Bile is an excretion composed mainly of bile salts ... Read on »
Combating Gall Bladder disorders at home!!!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:18pm The gallbladder is a 3 to 4 inch-long pear-shaped organ located on the right side of the body, directly under the liver. One of the functions of the liver is to remove poisonous substance from blood so that they can be excreted from the body. The liver excretes all these gathered toxins in a digestive agent called bile.Abnormal concentration of bil ... Read on »
Liver and Gall Bladder Issues and Celiac Disease by Toni Kaste Posted Fri 21 Sep 2012 12:00am                                             Photo by Carly K (that is MY hand though!) Have I convinced you yet? Sign up for this doctor's/organization's e-newsletter. You get so much great information! Read on »
Botox Might Help Treat Bladder Disorders by Medline Plus Posted Mon 19 May 2014 6:00am Studies found it eased incontinence, helped counter loss of bladder control Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Botox , Urinary Incontinence Read on »
Gall Bladder is Coming Out by Vickie Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:23pm I saw the Surgeon yesterday. After reading the sonogram and function tests I had taken earlier, he said my gall bladder wasn't contracting very well, and that after injecting me with the meds to "make" my gall bladder contract, that brought on a gall bladder attack. So he's calling it Gall Bladder Disease, which he says isn't fatal. And the general ... Read on »
A new approach to bladder-di ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 01 Jan 2011 8:02pm A new approach to bladder-disease treatment A bladder disease called interstitial cystitis affects at least a half-million people in the United States, mostly women, with perhaps an equal number undiagnosed. At present, there a ... Read on »
Gall Bladder Issues in Cystic Fibrosis by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 7:27pm The gall bladder is a small, pear-shaped organ that connects to the liver by a series of ducts. As part of the digestive system, the gallbladder’s role is to store bile (a bitter liquid produced by the liver) that will be used to digest food, particularly fat, on its way to the small intestine. Nearly every cystic fibrosis (CF) p ... Read on »
Can Celiac Disease Kill You? The Simple Answer Is YES, But The full Answer Is More Complicated by Eileen Simpson Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Dec 2008 12:20pm First, I’m NOT a medical Dr.  Keep that in mind with all of my posts.  I was at a Doctors appointment with my mother-in-law the other day and the Dr. treating her truly though he had Celiac, but would not get himself tested because he did not want to know.  That is a dangerous thing to do! I always wondered why my Father’s family passed aw ... Read on »
Dietary fibers the best medication for bowel diseases by charakadas Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:22pm Physicians have contended for several decades that it does not matter whether a person has one or two bowel movements a day or only two or three a week. Now that view has been challenged by medical scientists and clinicians who suggest that what commercials call "regularity" may be a matter of life and death. Too few bowel movements and too litt ... Read on »