Our expert says:
Gallstones often develop because the gall bladder is not working properly or because the levels of bilirubin or cholesterol is high. Removing the gall bladder can cause an intolerance of very fatty food (which isn't good for you anyway!) and obviously the operation has some risks as all operations have. Gallstones can be removed/lasered but will probably return anyway. Having gallstones increases the risk of getting cholecystitis ( gall bladder infection)
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