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Some changes on body after gallbladder is cut off
Some changes on body after gallbladder is cut off. The gallbladder is cut off, and many people don’t know about these changes in the body!
If it is clear that the gallbladder has cancer or loss of function, or if there are too many stones, or if it is severely affected, there is no doubt that the gallbladder can be removed, otherwise the future may be endless. However, some gallbladder diseases are relatively mild, such as gallbladder polyps. Gallbladder polyps may be benign or malignant, so be careful.
If it is clear that the gallbladder has cancer or loss of function, or if there are too many stones, or if it is severely affected, there is no doubt that the gallbladder can be removed, otherwise the future may be endless.
However, some gallbladder diseases are relatively mild, such as gallbladder polyps. Gallbladder polyps may be benign or malignant. They must be distinguished carefully. The gallbladder cannot be cut off casually, because the gallbladder is still an important organ for the human body.
Cholecystectomy is very mature, and cutting the gallbladder must have clinically positive significance, otherwise it would not be possible to continue for so many years without being abolished. But it is certainly not appropriate to cut off the gallbladder at will. Because the following changes may occur after the gallbladder is cut:
1. The injury of cholecystectomy itself
Surgery is traumatic after all, even minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopic surgery) is also traumatic, and may damage the surrounding organs when the gallbladder is removed, such as damaging the bile duct, causing bile duct damage, stenosis, etc.
Of course, this complication does not necessarily occur, it depends on the specific situation of the patient.
2. The occurrence of colon cancer
Current studies have shown that after cholecystectomy, lithocholic acid enters the liver and colon more, which will cause colon damage. In the long term, it may (is possible, not sure) that it will lead to colon cancer.
In the age when people are afraid of cancer, everyone needs to consider this issue.
Everyone knows that the function of the gallbladder is to store and concentrate bile, but when we eat greasy food, bile is secreted from the gallbladder to help digestion.
However, after the gallbladder is removed, this storage and concentration function is lost. The bile of the liver can only be discharged into the small intestine continuously and slowly. This will definitely affect the digestion and absorption of food, especially the digestion and absorption of fat, which may be long-term Will cause abdominal distension, diarrhea, indigestion and other manifestations.
You will find that some patients after gallbladder removal do not dare to eat greasy food, because they will have abdominal distension and diarrhea. But this is not absolute.
4. The incidence of common bile duct stones is higher
After the gallbladder is removed, there is no concentrated bile, so the ability of bile to dissolve cholesterol will be reduced. Over time, it is easy to cause the accumulation of cholesterol, especially in the hepatobiliary duct and common bile duct.
In addition, without the gallbladder, stones have to grow in the common bile duct.
In general, the removal of the gallbladder definitely has an impact. We doctors and patients must weigh the pros and cons. If the benefits of gallbladder removal outweigh the disadvantages, do it. If the advantages outweigh the disadvantages, then don’t do it. It’s simple.
It is a pity that our clinicians will not be so careful to explain to you various possible complications. They will only tell you that complications will occur. If you can agree, sign the operation. If the patient does not go Active learning, it is impossible to know that there will be so many complications after the gallbladder is removed.
Therefore, it is really necessary to keep communicating and strengthening doctor-patient communication is the last word. Otherwise, in the future, patients after cholecystectomy will have obvious indigestion, and they will go back to the doctor for trouble.
(source:internet, reference only)