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Why a laparoscopic gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy)

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a simple procedure that removes the gallbladder without any major incision.

Here is why PharmEasy Surgicare is the best option for you to get a laparoscopic cholecystectomy:

  • Minimally invasive laparoscopic procedure
  • Almost no bleeding to very little bleeding
  • Very quick surgical procedure
  • Minimal scarring
  • Quick recovery to help you rejoin daily activities at the earliest
  • Little to no pain after surgery
  • Short stay at the hospital

Diagnosis of gallbladder ailments and their treatment

The doctor recommends a surgical option for your gallbladder treatment by performing a diagnosis. Diagnostic tests to detect gallbladder ailments like gallbladder stones can include ultrasounds, endoscopic ultrasound tests, CT scans or MRI scans. These are imaging tests that help a doctor determine the presence of stones. The doctor might also recommend some blood tests to evaluate overall health and rule out other conditions. Book your Cholecystectomy through PharmEasy SurgiCare. Our Care Expert will help you in getting your diagnostic tests done through PharmEasy.

Here are the surgery options that your doctor might recommend to you for treatment of gallbladder ailments:

  • Option 1 ยท Doctor Recommended

    Laparoscopic gallbladder surgery (cholecystectomy)

    Laparoscopic surgery is a procedure where small incisions are made in your abdominal region to insert the tiny surgical instruments and camera. The gallbladder is removed after locating it through the laparoscope (small camera). This procedure leaves a minimal scar and does not cause much pain at all.

  • Option 2

    Open surgery

    A large incision is made on the abdomen to conduct this surgery. The gallbladder is removed through the incision and it is stitched close. The surgery takes around 1-2 hours.

About Gallbladder Surgery

  • Symptoms of Gallbladder Ailments

    The following are some symptoms of gallbladder ailments for which you might need to get cholecystectomy:

    • Bloating An affected gallbladder can lead to improper functioning of the bile and blockages, which leads to bloating.

    • Nausea Feeling nauseated during eating or at times throughout the day can also be an indicator of gallbladder ailments.

    • Vomiting Vomiting after a normal meal can indicate improper functioning of the gallbladder.

    • Pain in the area Sharp pain felt in the upper right portion of the abdomen can be caused by gallbladder ailments. The pain can also radiate to the middle of the abdomen, right shoulders or back

    • Jaundice Jaundice is a disease that is generally caused by bile duct blockage by problems in the gallbladder.

  • Causes of Gallbladder ailments that require cholecystectomy

    There can be several causes of gallbladder ailments that might require cholecystectomy. Some of the major ones are:

    • Gallbladder stones Substances in the bile fluid crystallise and result in the formation of stones. Generally harmless, the accumulation of these stones can result in nausea, inflammation, pain and lead to infections.

    • Obstruction in the Bile duct This may occur due to the formation of gallbladder stones in the bile duct. It affects the body similarly and leads to infections, fever and nausea.

    • Pancreatitis The pancreas gets inflamed due to the formation of gallbladder stones blocking the pancreatic duct.

A medical term for gallbladder surgery is cholecystectomy. This procedure involves the removal of the gallbladder from the body. 

The gallbladder is an organ in the body that is shaped like a pear and responsible for storing bile juice(the fluid that helps us digest food). The bile is produced by the liver and stored in the gallbladder. The gallbladder is not always efficient as an organ for some people and leads to the blockage of the ducts through which it delivers the bile during digestion. There can also be developments of deposits in the gallbladder that form stones. In such cases, it is necessary to remove the gallbladder with a surgical procedure. 


The gallbladder is not a necessary organ and removing it does not affect the body except for the fact that bile does not get stored anymore and is released by the liver directly. It is important to get a cholecystectomy done if there are stones in the gallbladder or it becomes infected, since not treating it can have adverse effects on your health. People who are over the age of 40 are more likely to be affected by gallbladder ailments.

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General Surgeon15 Years Experience

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Laproscopic & General Surgeon21 Years Experience

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Hear from our customers

Janaki PrasadMumbai
PharmEasy provides exceptional service. My laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder surgery)was very comfortable and I did not face any difficulties in getting the surgery done.
Palvi AkkolkarMumbai
The PharmEasy Care Expert is very helpful and took care of all my paperwork at the hospital. My transportation was also arranged by the Care Expert along with diagnostic tests and post-surgery consultations by the doctors.
Ananya LokhandeMumbai
The EMI option for payment is a great option as it allowed me to get my laparoscopic cholecystectomy at an affordable rate from one of the best hospitals in the city. I am very grateful to PharmEasy.
Lalit PawarMumbai
PharmEasy provides amazing service at very affordable prices. The Care Expert was amazing and handled everything from the check-in, check-out, insurance paperwork and other post-surgery requirements. A big thank you to PharmEasy.
Ranjit MullickMumbai
I would recommend everyone to go for laparoscopic cholecystectomy through PharmEasy SurgiCare. The procedure was prompt, and I did not feel much pain at all. The doctors were very helpful and guided me after my surgery to help me with my recovery.

Frequently asked questions

  • Why should one get gallbladder surgery?

    If someone is experiencing symptoms like pain near the abdomen, then they should consult a doctor and get the surgery if advised.

  • Is there any harm if the gallbladder is removed?

    No. There are no repercussions of gallbladder removal with laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The gallbladder is not a vital organ and removing it does not hinder your health. Your doctor will advise you on the necessary dietary modifications that can be helpful.

  • Is there a non-surgical method to treat gallbladder ailments?

    Yes. Surgery is the best option to treat gallbladder problems. However, in certain cases, it can be treated with medication or non-surgical procedures like endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and oral dissolution therapy.

  • Is laparoscopic cholecystectomy a safe procedure?

    Yes. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a very safe procedure and does not pose any major risks.

  • What are the chances of bleeding during laparoscopic cholecystectomy

    There is a chance of minimal bleeding during a laparoscopic cholecystectomy since the incision is minimal.

  • What to expect after gallbladder surgery?

    Once your gallbladder surgery is complete, you can expect to return to your normal life after 48 hours. To minimize complications, you should refrain from engaging in strenuous physical activities for a few days. This will ensure a speedy recovery.

  • What is the best solution for gallstone surgery?

    There are many reputable healthcare providers you can consider for your gallstone surgery, one such being PharmEasy. For a minimally invasive painless experience, book your surgery through PharmEasy today!

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