Sunday, November 21, 2010
at home to cure diseases that are not always
easy, I take a tablespoon of vinegar
glass of water before or after meals, do
disappear complaints (pain caused by stone
vesicle), in a crisis, or to avoid the crisis if the
processing is done on the onset of symptoms.
As "preventive" treatment just made: a
teaspoon vinegar in half glass of water, fasting, 2 or
3 times per week.
A widely used treatment for domesticated
gallstones is as follows:
(This treatment came here through comments
in the text that was previously released
with the same title)
Take on an empty stomach, 150 ml olive oil
(Some designate the "olive oil" with "heritage
Spanish terminology). Let stand for an hour and
then take a purgative (to be replaced by
tablespoon cider vinegar or tea laxative). On this day
due to diet and eat light meals and HEALTHY.
Says it has made you feel a little weak, but
able to expel all of the stones vesicles
(Which are well greenbacks).
"My friends were very grateful for this remedy.
I had no symptoms, but still took both,
WHY OLIVE OIL is good for lowering the
bad cholesterol. "
There is a similar treatment that can replace this
for those who can not (I can not swallow
ml olive oil):
Take a tablespoon of olive oil, fasting (I
I can take the oil by placing in the mouth and chew
a piece of bread or toast). 20 minutes and is expected
becomes a tablespoon of cider vinegar with
glass of water. By doing this treatment for several
You can also remove gallstones.
When the stones are large muoito must begin
Treatment with tea.
There are several plants used in tea to problems
gallbladder. Here are some of the names:
- Blade of avocado (and lazy bladder stone)
- Boldo (Boldo and Chile) in the treatment of gallbladder
- Burdock (ditto)
- Tea Lucy Lee (or verbena), Lippia citriodora
- Tea leaf pine (undo calculations
bile - gallstones)
Who has gallbladder problems should avoid:
- Dried fruit;
- Stone fruits like peaches, mangoes, etc.
- Fats in general all kinds of food
Note: There are studies that say that coffee (caffeine) not
wrong, but quite the opposite: it helps to treat. However,
the problem of coffee is not caffeine, but a large
toxin amount (over 3000) that contains and passes into
body. Caffeine may help treat, but
The role of toxins is essential as a "catalyst"
this and other problems
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Saturday, August 7, 2010
University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) senior consultant surgeon Prof Dr Chin Kin Fah (pic) said those who were obese and aged over 40 were at a higher risk of suffering from gallstone problems, with women being twice as vulnerable as males.
“It can be life-threatening when complications set in,” he said in an interview with The Star.
He said people should watch their weight, diet and exercise frequently to reduce the risk of obesity that could lead to gallstone disease.
Usually, patients suffer severe pain in the upper right side of the abdomen and the pain can move to the back to the shoulder blade, he said.
“Those in pain are not able to find a position of comfort until the stones fall back into the gall bladder or the gall bladder is removed,” said Dr Chin.
The obstruction can lead to complications such as inflammation of the gall bladder, liver, biliary passage and/or pancreas while in some instances the stones may be associated with gallbladder cancer, he said.
Patients can suffer from high fever, fatigue, severe and constant pain and need morphine to relieve the pain, he said.
Dr Chin said that although the problem was common, affecting one in 10 adults, it is treatable.
The standard and established way to treat gallstone disease is by surgically removing the gall bladder together with the stones when it becomes dysfunctional after being repeatedly inflamed, he said.
Last year, UMMC began a single key-hole surgery for gallbladder removal, the first in the country to adopt the procedure, he said.
The single key-hole surgery costs more than the current four key-hole surgery but patients were happy that incision was created through the navel and did not leave any scars on their body, he said.
Dr Chin said using drugs and reducing fat intake did not work that well for those who already had gallstone disease.
Sunday, January 17, 2010
a sort of "pocket" that stores bile before that net work in the digestive process of food
mainly of fats, conducted by the intestine.
There are several factors related to risk of have gallstones, such as age (the frequency
increases with the aging process), pregnancy, obesity, sex (more frequent in women), therapy
HRT and high levels of triglycerides blood.
A person may have gallstones and not know, it does not present any symptoms. The "discovery" of
problem happens usually during routine examinations.
"The biliary colic, a kind of constant pain, which located in the upper right abdomen, is the most common symptom of people with stone gall. This pain is almost always accompanied by nausea, "explains Dr. Vladimir Schraibman, specialist in general surgery, gastric surgery and one adviser Robotic Surgery in the area of General Surgery and
Digestive Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein (Proctor Intuitive Robotic System). Expert states in this interview, several questions about this disease
Saturday, January 2, 2010
Please note that it is still adviseable to consult your doctor for an accurate diagnosis. People can go for years with digestive symptoms and never realize that they may be related to a gallbladder problem. That's because they are so inter-related with other digestive symptoms. Constipation is one of the most commonly missed ones.
The first four mentioned I feel are most indicative of gallbladder issues. It is not necessary to have all or many symptoms to have gallbladder problems but the more you have from this list, the more confirmation you have that the gallbladder is involved. Please note that it is still adviseable to consult your doctor for an accurate diagnosis.
To get a clearer picture of the causes of gall bladder symptoms check out risk factors for gallbladder disease.
* Pain or tenderness under the rib cage on the right side
* Pain between shoulder blades
* Stools light or chalky colored
* Indigestion after eating, especially fatty or greasy foods
* Burping or belching
* Feeling of fullness or food not digesting
* Diarrhea (or alternating from soft to watery)
* Headache over eyes, especially right
* Bitter fluid comes up after eating
* Frequent use of laxatives
GALLBLADDER ATTACK SYMPTOMS specifically
Please note that if you are in severe pain and particularly if your attack symptoms are accompanied by fever DO SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY. The following symptoms are typical of a gallbladder attack.
* Moderate to severe pain under the right side of the rib cage
* Pain may radiate through to the back or to the right shoulder
* Severe upper abdominal pain (biliary colic)
* Burping or belching
* Attacks are often at night
* Attacks often occur after overeating
* Pain will often but not always follow a meal with fats or grease
* Pain may be worse with deep inhalation
* Attacks can last from 15 minutes to 15 hours