When Should I Get My Gallbladder Removed?
Gallbladder pain can be excruciating. More importantly, it can prevent people from living ordinary, happy, and ultimately high-quality lives. Choosing to have this tiny structure removed is often liberating, especially when the work is performed by a board certified surgeon. Are you asking the all too common question, “When should I get my gallbladder removed?”. If so, then look no further than Patrick Moore MD, FACS.
Dr. Patrick Moore is a board certified general surgeon who has been performing gallbladder surgeries for the last 25 years. Gallbladder surgery is recommended for people who regularly suffer from gallstones or complications from the gallstones. Gallstones can be painful when they pass or block the ducts causing inflammation of the pancreas or liver. If you have recurrent abdominal pain associated with nausea, vomiting and bloating, it may be time to have your gallbladder removed.
People who suffer from biliary dyskinesia may want to seek surgical treatment as well. With this disorder, the gallbladder does not empty well causing recurrent abdominal pain.
Dr. Moore’s goal is to perform surgery in the least invasive manner possible. His goal is to minimize both risk and recovery times while ensuring wholly positive outcomes. With robotic-assisted surgery, only 4 small incisions are required. Patients can look forward to rapid healing and the ability to quickly get on with their lives.
If you’re ready to reclaim your life and enjoy far higher levels of comfort and well-being, call 951-477-5700 today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Patrick Moore!