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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 »
Goodbye, Gallbladder. by GOtheXtraMile Posted Wed 10 Jul 2013 8:28am Hello there, happy Wednesday! First of all, I wanted to thank you all for the well wishes on my surgery. It made me feel so special and loved! You guys are the greatest. I’m doing a lot better than before, but still in a lot of pain. I had to get to the hospital at 6:30 and the worst part was no water after midnight! I went ... Read on »
OK so my gallbladder is going bye-bye by stipeygirl75 Posted Tue 05 Apr 2011 12:00am I just need to vent a bit - with the current stress I'm under. I can't eat anything and my migraines have been back to pre-acupuncture levels! Although the surgeon said my migraines are not related to the gallbladder, I've been experiencing other increased symptoms such as Cold hands/feet or Raynaud's symptoms Sweating Anxiety Flushing o ... Read on »
Post-Cholecystectomy Syndrome (Symptoms after Gallbladder Surgery) by Robert W. Posted Sat 17 Oct 2009 2:03pm     Health Report: Post-Cholecystectomy Syndrome (Symptoms after Gallbladder Surgery)   "A critical weekly review of important new research findings for health-conscious readers..."   By, Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS       Updated:  10/18/2009 The information in this column is intended fo ... Read on »
Sinai Surgeon Dr. Yassar Youssef Performs Scarless Gallbladder Surgery by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Jan 2013 6:00am Did you know that  Yassar Youssef, M.D. , is the first surgeon in Baltimore City to perform gallbladder surgery using just one incision and the da Vinci® Surgical System ? Because the single incision of about an inch is made in the patient’s navel, he or she is left without a noticeable scar. Additional patient benefits are less pain, less ... Read on »
Sinai Surgeon Dr. Yassar Youssef Performs Scarless Gallbladder Surgery by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Dec 2013 6:00am Did you know that Yassar Youssef, M.D., is the first surgeon in Baltimore City to perform gallbladder surgery using just one incision and the da Vinci® Surgical System, and that he recently performed his 100th single-site surgery? Because the single incision of about an inch is made in the patient’s navel, he or she is left without a noticeable s ... Read on »
First Post-Gallbladder Surgery Meal by Glenna M. Posted Wed 19 Sep 2012 7:08pm Just being able to eat without vomitting and living with constant nausea is treat enough, but being able to eat my favorite Schlotzky's Reuben (okay, could only eat half but that half tasted soooooooooooo good!) was a little bit of heaven! Then, while I was eating that, our neighbor, Dave, walked in with his famous oatmeal/cho ... Read on »
Complications More Likely with Emergency Gallbladder Surgery by Medline Plus Posted Wed 03 Jul 2013 2:00pm Staying on top of symptoms may allow safer, planned procedures, researchers say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: After Surgery , Gallbladder Diseases Read on »
35 Symptoms of Perimenopause: Dizziness & Vertigo by Magnolia Miller Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 12 Jan 2010 10:00pm 1 Comment You gals don’t need me to tell you that there is nothing simple and straight forward when it comes to perimenopuase or menopause. Us women are delicate and complex creatures to begin with and our biology is no different. So, when things decide to go all kitty-whompus (my own word, thank you) like perimenopause, the answers are rarely c ... Read on »
Migraine and Prevalence of Dizziness and Vertigo by Teri Robert Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 12:00am Dizziness and vertigo are sometimes reported as symptoms of Migraine attacks. Researchers at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, have been looking at possible symptoms of Migraine and their prevalence. In a recent study, they looked at dizziness and vertigo. It should be noted that dizzines and vertigo are not the sa ... Read on »