How common is cholecystitis or gallstones in teenagers?
I'm 15 and I have cholecystitis. I'm not obese and I don't have a family history of it. I was just wondering how common is this?
I admit my diet is sometimes not the best but I do try to eat good foods (I only drink diet pop, for example) and my mom doesn't have a lot of fatty or salty foods inthe house. I might be under a little stress because of school but not that much.
Rarely, a form of acute cholecystitis without gallstones (acalculous cholecystitis) occurs. Acalculous cholecystitis is more serious than other types of cholecystitis. It tends to occur after the following:
Critical illnesses such as serious injuries, major burns, and bodywide infections (sepsis)
Intravenous feedings for a long time
Fasting for a prolonged time
A deficiency in the immune system
It can occur in young children, perhaps developing from a viral or another infection. (+ info
Why do some people have jaundice when they have cholecystitis?
One sign of cholecystitis (gallbladder disease with gallstones) is jaundice. Why would a person have that?
The gallbladder produces bile. When the organ is diseased or effected by stones then the bile "spills" into the cells in the entire body instead of going into the stomach and intestines to help digest food. I hope this helps you understand why this happens. God Bless (+ info
I need better information on EMPHYSEMATOUS GASTRITIS . How do you live with it once your STOMACH is REMOVED?
MY BROTHER JUST HAD EMERGENCY SURGERY 3 DAYS AGO. HE HAD HIS STOMACH AND GALLBLADDER REMOVED. HE IS 55 YEARS OLD. HIS DIAGNOSIS WAS EMPHYSEMATOUS GASTRITIS. I CANNOT FIND WEB SITES THAT TELL YOU HOW TO LIVE WITH THIS. WHAT IS HIS SURVIVAL RATE NOW? IS THERE A WEB SITE THAT YOU CAN BUY FOOD FOR HIS CONDITION? RECIPES? ARE THERE ANY SURVIVOR STORIES OR A SITE YOU CAN TALK TO OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE THIS CONDITION? I ALREADY HAVE ALL THE MEDICAL JARGON EXCEPT FOR THE ACTUAL PROCEDURE OF THE STOMACH REMOVAL. HOW WAS IT DONE? WILL HE KNOW WHEN HE IS HUNGRY? HIS ESOPHEGUS IS NOW CONNECTED DIRECTLY TO HIS LOWER INTESTINE. HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO RECOVER? ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS? PLEASE HELP ME UNDERSTAND WHAT HE IS GOING THROUGH AND HOW THIS AFFECTS HIM FROM NOW ON. IF IT HELPS HE WAS AN ALCOHOLIC AND A SMOKER FOR OVER 30 YEARS UNTIL RECENTLY.
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Will drinking Liquor make my Cholecystitis/Gallstones flare up?
I was recently diagnosed with Cholecystitis caused by my gallstones they put me on a no fat diet until my surgery to get it removed. But today is new years eve and i was wanting to celebrate. Would it be safe to consume some liquor tonight or would it irritate my gallstones?
Yes, alcohol will irritate your gallstones....aside from fatty foods, it's one of the main causes of gallbladder flare ups/pain. The gall bladder is linked to the pancreas, and alcohol can adversely affect the pancreas, as well.
If I were you, I'd abstain. I understand you want to celebrate, but you will likely pay for it if you do! (+ info
What are "mild emphysematous blebs on upper right apex of the lung"?
Is this diagnosis definitely associated with emphysema? How can this be treated naturally?
Air filled sacs (+ info
Why does rapid weight loss sometimes precipitate cholecystitis?
I am a nurse, but I am not sure I understand the dynamics of this phenomenon.
Buford, that is not what I was asking!!!
Any change in eating habits (diet) is going to send your
digestive tract into a tizzy. and when the digestive tract is not happy, nothing else is either.
Also watch that any, medicine given for one ailment will throw your whole stomach out of whack.....
Avoiding fatty foods should be good for you. Gallbladder problems can run in families as well. (+ info
What is recommended NOT TO EAT with a cholecystitis (acute thickening of the gallbladder)? ?
I appreciate any helpful advise.
Can I drink Coffee?
and mayonnaise to the first answer. (+ info
My wife if 5 weeks pregnant, and she has a history of gallstones. How likely is she to develop cholecystitis?
It is not unusual for women to develop cholecystitis during pregnancy. Pregnancy can increase the chances. They try to control the pain with meds, diet, etc.to avoid surgery. Surgery can be done while pregnant if totally necessary, but better to wait until after delivery. I've know of cases where delivery one day and surgery the next.
Make the OB aware of the history and treat the symptoms. (+ info
Where can I find a place that specializes in Cholecystitis in San Diego?
It's a very common disease and the associated procedure is routine and low-risk. Focus on finding a good general surgeon. (+ info
my question about emphysematous obstructive pulmonary disease?
why acutely ill in this disease feel more comfortable sitting upright and leaning forward on his elbows?is connected to muscles functioning in inspiration and expiration ?
feel more comfortable sitting upright and leaning forward on his elbows
I HAVE DON'T NO. (+ info
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