Is it Possible To Live Without a gallbladder?
The substances that make up the bile content are balanced with each other. If this condition deteriorates, stones begin to form in the gallbladder. Falling of the stones into the biliary tract leads to the development of jaundice, attacks of pancreatitis and the formation of an inflammatory condition called cholangitis. In order to prevent these developments, the gallbladder containing stones must be removed completely. In such cases, the first question that comes to the minds of patients is “How are we going to live without our gallbladder?”. However, since the storage of the gallbladder is removed, the body begins to adjust the amount of bile secreted from the liver. Gallbladder patients get used to new digestive systems within 7-10 days.