If you would like to learn how to dissolve gallstonesand keep your gallbladder, this article is for you!
The Facts about Gallbladder Surgery
Over one-half a million Americans have their organ, the gallbladder, removed each year. And about half of those people will live well and suffer no problems due to the cholecystectomy. The other 200,000 patients will suffer from side-effects the rest of their life because of the surgery.
That's about 200,000 people regretting surgery! However, what should you do if you have gallstones and your doctor recommends gallbladder surgery? Unfortunately, most people get the surgery done without ever trying to flush or pass their gallstones. Whether you try diet therapy, a liver cleanse or a gallbladder cleanse, you should always try to naturally pass your gallstones before having surgery.
Many doctors suggest a cholecystectomy after one gallstone attack. Some doctors recommend after a couple gallstone formations. And many natural health doctors will only recommend surgery after repeated attempts to pass the stones naturally. The reason behind the ambiguity is there is not much longitudinal research about the effects of missing the organ, the gallbladder. Many people seem to function normally without their gallbladder. Yet there are horror stories of other people's bodies not being able to function properly.