Gallbladder is a small, sac-shaped organ that stores bile, an enzyme to digest the food and it is made in the liver. The small particles that form in the gallbladder are known as Gallstones. Usually these stones are harmless and often do not cause any pain but when the gallbladder becomes too large that it blocks the bile duct -a tube that carries bile to small intestine – and prevents the bile to move from the gallbladder to small intestine where it is needed to breakdown the food then a patient may need to have a surgery for treatment of Gallstones. Obviously, this is a situation that majority of patients prefer to avoid, leaving them to wonder: how can I prevent Gallstones?
FORTUNATELY, THERE ARE PREVENTIVE MEASURES THAT PEOPLE CAN FOLLOW TO AVOID THE FORMATION OF STONES IN THEIR GALLBLADDER. HERE ARE THOSE PREVENTIVE MEASURES: