Complications of gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy):
Pain and discomfort in the incision site.
Reaction to anesthesia.
Injury to the bile duct or small intestine.
Development of hernias at the incision site.
Formation of bile stones.
Liver pain after gallbladder surgery can occur due to several reasons such as:
Bile duct injury
Hematoma or fluid accumulation near the liver.
It is advisable to consult a doctor for proper evaluation and treatment.
Benefits of gallbladder surgery:
Relief from symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting caused by gallstones.
Reduced risk of gallbladder cancer.
Fewer complications associated with gallstones in the long-term.
Ability to return to normal activities more quickly compared to non-surgical treatments.
Improved quality of life.
Reduced risk of further health problems related to the gallbladder.
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