Month: November 2020

Truth – Anxiety Problems After Gallbladder Removal. What’s Going Wrong?

Many patients list ‘Anxiety’, ‘Stress’, and ‘depression’ as problems developed  Postcholecystectomy. Surgeons refuse to disclose this and many other Postcholecystectomy complication risks as it would expose the truth about likely health risks being recorded as 40% Listen to what patients have to say. See below links to articles on possible causes also. Note: searching through …

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Nerves and Hormones Interact to Control Gallbladder Function

ABSTRACT Ganglia are the target of several regulatory inputs to the gallbladder. Hormonal cholecystokinin and sympathetic nerves can up- or downregulate neurotransmission in the gallbladder, respectively, by altering the rate of acetylcholine release from vagal preganglionic terminals. Peptides released from sensory axons act directly on gallbladder neurons to increase their excitability. In the 1920s, Ivy …

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Using the Gallbladder Divergent Channel to Calm an Irritated Vagus Nerve

Katy visited our center with a seemingly disparate collection of symptoms that were causing her distress. She described a pattern that was episodic in nature and involved abdominal bloating, belching, acid reflux, loose stools, shallow breathing, and palpitations. A cardiologist had ruled out serious heart disease and she’d been offered beta-blockers for what had been diagnosed as …

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Diet after cholecystectomy

Abstract Patients with gallstones are often affected by alimentary disorders contributing to the onset of gallstones disease. Cholecystectomy can have nutritional and metabolic consequences in the short-term (diarrhea, abdominal pain and bloating) and in the long term (increased Body Mass Index with metabolic syndrome, gastritis, liposoluble vitamin deficiency). Pathogenic mechanisms behind these disturbances are reviewed …

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Dissolution of human brown pigment biliary stones

Abstract The chemical dissolution of human brown pigment stones was studied using various monophasic multicomponent solvents. Among the nine solutions tested for stone powder dissolution capacity, the two most active were retained for further analysis. The solvent containing 26 mM ethylenediaminetetraacetate, 40 mM sodium deoxycholate, 10 mM monoolein and 30% dimethylsulfoxide was efficient for calcium and …

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101 Root cause of gallstones and Postcholecystectomy SoD include : gluten and cow’s milk proteins

101 Root causes of gallstones include : “Problems can arise when the gallbladder never receives the signal to squeeze. This leads to a condition known as stasis where bile sits in the gallbladder for long periods of time. If the gallbladder is filled with bile that is laden with high levels of cholesterol, and low levels …

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Myths about gall bladder disease By Dr Ronald Hoffman

allstone disease is one of the most common and costly of all digestive diseases. It is estimated that 10-20% of all US adults have gallstones. Each year, around 500,000 people develop symptoms or complications necessitating cholecystectomy, and approximately 10,000 people die annually from complications of gallstones. Let’s clear up some misconceptions! A recent study entitled “Dietary …

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Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth in Gastroparesis

OBJECTIVE: To determine symptoms of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) in gastroparesis patients. METHODS: Patients undergoing LBT (lactulose breath test) for evaluation of SIBO were included. LBT was considered positive on the basis of three conventional criteria: (1) hydrogen level increase >20 ppm above baseline by 90 min ([email protected]); (2) dual hydrogen peaks (>10 ppm …

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Osteopathic spinal lesion – a cause of gallstones – treatment

EXPLANATION The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped organ located beneath the liver on the right side of the abdomen. The gallbladder’s primary functions are to store and concentrate bile and secrete bile into the small intestine at the proper time to help digest food.  The gallbladder is connected to the liver and the small intestine …

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KINESITHERAPY (cardio exercise therapy ) in diseases of the digestive

Diseases of the digestive system occupy an important place in clinical medicine. Diseases of the digestive system often affect the most people of working age, causing a high rate of temporary incapacity and disability. Location and general anatomy of the main parts of the digestive tract are shown in Fig. 83. The close anatomical and physiological link between the …

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