|Mrs. Ezeani, Nigeria
Laparoscopic Gall Bladder Surgery
Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India is the best option for international patients which is performed with high end medical amenities drawing thousands of international patients all across the globe. Indian Medguru Group is one of the leading medical tourism companies of India, which organizes such treatments like Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India. Within few years, we have expedited countless such medical treatments and surgeries of medical tourists coming from all over the world with care and professionalism, and the saga continues. The patients coming to India for their medical treatments take back home good and positive memories. Recently, Mrs. Ezeani from Nigeria was here for her Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India. She shares her experience with us.
Hi, I am Mrs. Ezeani from Nigeria. Just recently I had my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India. I am lucky enough to get the Medical consultant- Indian Medguru Group, who did everything pertaining to my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India; otherwise, I was running from pillar to post to find a suitable place to get my surgery done in my hometown. I was disgusted due to the abdominal pain caused along with fever, chills, loss of appetite, weight loss, jaundice, nausea, and vomiting. I then checked my local doctor, who after my physical examination and few tests recommended having my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment. He suggested some local places to check with; however, after checking them, I decided to have a look over the internet. My husband did a wonderful work; he browsed the internet, to find my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India, Thailand etc.
On comparing with various factors, we concluded that having my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India would be the most viable solution in terms of quality and cost. Meanwhile, he also came in contact with a medical consultant called Indian Medguru from India who offered us good packages pertaining to my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India. My husband checked all the information provided over their website, and then emailed them about my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India. The very same day, we got a call followed by an e-mail. My husband discussed my case; he mailed them my investigation reports, and in return received a good treatment package for my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India. Considering the various positive aspects of Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India we decided to have my surgery in India, we gave them the consent, and soon booked the tickets to reach India for my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment. In India, we really had a systematic deal with Indian Medguru Group, they did almost everything for us, right from arranging a surgeon to hospital to our visa etc. They really delivered what they promised. Soon we met my surgeon, discussed my case and treatment plan and procedure for my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India.
Surgery to remove the gallbladder is the most common way of Gall Bladder disorder treatment is surgery. Each year more than 500,000 Americans have gallbladder surgery. The standard surgery for Gall Bladder Disorder treatment is called laparoscopic cholecystectomy. For this operation, the surgeon makes several tiny incisions in the abdomen and inserts surgical instruments and a miniature video camera into the abdomen. The camera sends a magnified image from inside the body to a video monitor, giving the surgeon a closeup view of the organs and tissues. While watching the monitor, the surgeon uses the instruments to carefully separate the gallbladder from the liver, ducts, and other structures. Then the cystic duct is cut and the gallbladder removed through one of the small incisions. The most common complication in Gall Bladder Disorder treatment is injury to the bile ducts. An injured common bile duct can leak bile and cause a painful and potentially dangerous infection. Mild injuries can sometimes be treated non-surgically. Major injury, however, is more serious and requires additional surgery. If gallstones are in the bile ducts, the surgeon may use ERCP in removing them before or during the gallbladder surgery. Once the endoscope is in the small intestine, the surgeon locates the affected bile duct. An instrument on the endoscope is used to cut the duct, and the stone is captured in a tiny basket and removed with the endoscope. This two-step procedure is called ERCP with endoscopic sphincterotomy. Occasionally, a person who has had a cholecystectomy is diagnosed with a gallstone in the bile ducts weeks, months, or even years after the surgery. The two-step ERCP procedure is usually successful in removing the stone. My entire Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India went smooth and was discharged the other day itself.
After my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India I returned to Nigeria the 3rd day after my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India, with little bit of precautions to follow. I thank my medical consultant who expedited my treatment in India. Also, I thank my doctor and his medical team who had been so kind to me while treating me. I am glad with the outcome of my Gall Bladder Disorder treatment in India and would certainly recommend the same and the medical consultant to my relatives and friends. May God bless them all!Thank you,
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