Laparoscopic Surgeon in Mumbai – Dr Pradeep Shriyan

Gallbladder stone Treatment in Mumbai

Gallstone Treatment

What is Gallbladder Stone Surgery?

The Gall bladder is a pear-shaped small pouch situated just under the liver. It holds all the bile, the digestive-fluid produced by the liver. If the Gall bladder does not regulate the bile properly, it transforms into hard fragments. The stones can largely vary in size; from a rice grain to a golf ball.

Gall bladder stones do not go away naturally. Gall bladders are surgically removed and the procedure is called Cholecystectomy

Causes of Gallstone:

  1. Obesity is another risk factor
  2. Fasting
  3. Hormonal Treatment
  4. Haemoptysis

Symptoms of Gall-bladder stone:

Gallbladder stones can vary in size and number and may or may not cause any symptoms. In some instances, however, patients may experience sudden and high-intensity pain in the upper abdomen on the right-hand side. Nausea, vomiting, and pain in the center of the abdomen are also some of the common symptoms.

People may way to contact their doctor as soon as possible if they experience any of the following symptoms

  1. A fever over 101°F (38ºC)
  2. Jaundice, or a yellowing of the skin and eyes
  3. Severe swelling or pain in the abdomen
  4. Breathing issues
  5. Nausea and vomiting
  6. Pain that medication cannot relieve

Treatment Options:

  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Open Surgery

Laparoscopic Gallbladder stone Surgery (Cholecystectomy)

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy or Keyhole surgery is done with 4 small holes in the patient’s body. The operation is done after introducing long and thin telescope into the abdomen that comes with a lens and a tiny light lamp at the tip which is connected to the camera on the monitor outside. Surgery is done using long and thin instruments. During the surgery, the surgeon monitors the positioning of the Gall bladder. Then, with other small surgical equipment, the gall bladder is separated from all the adjacent structures and liver and is taken out along with gallstones. Sometimes if the gallstone is big then they are broken down and taken out.

Open Surgery

Open Surgery is now only performed in case of Suspected complication during Laparoscopic Surgery which can not be managed laparoscopically. If the patient has a bleeding complication, the open surgery is specifically required. If Person not fit for Laparoscopic Surgery then only an open surgery is the wisest way.

Laparoscopic Gall bladder stone removal surgery in Mumbai

The Role of Gallbladder and living without it

Removing the Gallbladder doesn’t appear to cause any harm or negative health consequences. People can live perfectly normal lives without their Gallbladder. It is a Vestigial organ. But consuming Not-fatty food whenever possible is the best option.

Dr. Pradeep Shriyan, a seasoned and accomplished laparoscopic and general surgeon, is a trusted professional in the Goregaon and nearby area in Mumbai Suburban. With a wealth of experience and expertise, Dr. Shriyan specializes in a wide range of procedures, including laparoscopic hernia repair, appendix surgery, gallbladder stone treatment, piles management, fissure care, fistula interventions, rectal prolapse procedures, and even diabetic foot care management.

Don’t miss out on receiving top-notch treatment for Laparoscopic Gallbladder stone surgery in Mumbai. Book an appointment with the exceptional surgeon, Dr. Pradeep Shriyan, in Goregaon and nearby vicinity of Mumbai Suburban

Pre-operative Care

• Have nothing to eat or drink 6 Hours before surgery except for prescribed medications you have been told to take with a sip of water.

• Report 2 hours before the Surgery time (OT Procedure)

• Carry Doctor’s Case Paper on which treatment is written at the time of Admission to Hospital

• Carry Insurance Documents with you to the Hospital before Admission

• Do not apply any lotions, perfumes, deodorants, or Nail polish before surgery

• Take off your jewellery including earrings and piercings

• Don’t shave the area, this will be taken care by Hospital nurse

Post-operative Care

1. Take pain relieving and other medications as advised. Pain-relieving medication should be taken with food.

2. Follow-up with the doctor after a period of 10 days.

3. Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of non-alcoholic and non-caffeinated drinks.

4. Do not operate any machinery, or lift any heavy articles after Surgery

5. Rest for a few days after the surgery is advisable, but keep mobile.

6. Avoid Bath till the dressing and stiches gets dissolve

Please consult doctor immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms:

• Increased drainage from the incision (Operated area)
• Increased redness around the operated area
• Large amount of swelling under the wound
• Foul odour from operated area
• Fever greater than 38.0 degrees C.
• Sudden calf pain or shortness of breath