Month after removal of the gall bladder

Postoperative period - approximately within a month after excision of a cholic bubble - assumes the fastest healing of the damaged fabrics. restoration and stabilization of body functions. With these tasks help to cope with measures to accelerate healing, a special diet, drug support and limiting a number of stresses on the body.

Recovery after anesthesia, after the operation of removing the gallbladder, is expressed by increased weakness, so it is advisable to stay at home or in a hospital in the week after the operation. The course of rehabilitation should be observed from a week to a month after the operation. A special role in the recovery period is the restriction of loads on lifting, carrying weights, certain types of gymnastic exercises, especially those activating the abdominal muscles. These limitations will promote the healing of muscle tissue, the formation of the scar of the abdominal wall and its stabilization. Usually it takes just about one month.

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy introduces restrictions on the regimen and quality of nutrition, the diet suggests the rejection of certain types of spicy, fried, spicy, fatty foods. Especially the diet should provide for a complete refusal of alcoholic beverages. After a month of rehabilitation, it is possible to gradually add to the diet of the usual products, it is advisable to consult a specialist gastroenterologist.

Timely cholecystectomy allows minimizing the occurrence of pathologies of other organs. Medication should be minimized. Reception and prescription of drugs is carried out in strict accordance with the appointment of the attending physician. For the first three days, some patients are prescribed analgesics to relieve pain. To improve the lithogenicity of bile, administration of drugs containing ursodeoxycholic acid is possible. Spasmolytics are used in the first week after the operation.

How long does the postoperative period last?

The postoperative period of restriction usually lasts for one month, which does not completely exclude adherence to a diet and a reasonable attitude to food intake, commensurate physical activity on the body. In cases of suspected pathology of the digestive tract, observation and consultation of the gastroenterologist is necessary.

The main question that arises in patients "How does the body cope with the conditions of the distant gallbladder?" Is absolutely legitimate. After the restoration of tissues and stabilization of the functions of the organs, the bile produced by the liver enters the bile ducts directly. Restriction of the place of accumulation of bile calls for more frequent meals in smaller portions. It is necessary to help your body in the new conditions of life, which implies a careful and attentive attitude towards it. The organism has a remarkable property for the restoration of habitual functions, therefore the volume of bile ducts increases with time, containing an increasing amount of bile, forming not a substitution, but a functional analogue of a healthy gallbladder.