Researchers reported that patients could suffer from abdominal pain similar to that of gallbladder attack even after gallbladder removal. Moreover, post-cholecystectomy syndrome could lead to symptoms similar to those reported before cholecystectomy
Non-surgical treatments of gallstones involve the oral administration of drugs that are able to dissolve gallstones, cholesterol-lowering drugs, and drugs that lower the intestinal absorption of cholesterol.
Gallbladder removal is the gold standard treatment option for gallstones. However, developing gallstones in the common bile ducts continued even after gallbladder removal. Find more about gallstones after gallbladder removal n this article.