What is Gallstone?

    Gallstones are hardened deposits of digestive fluid. The gall bladder holds a digestive fluid called bile, which is released into your small intestine.
    Size and number of gallstones varies from patient to patient. Some patients may have gallstones as small as grains of sand and some have gallstones as large as a golf ball. Some may develop just one gallstone and others may develop many gallstones at the same time.
    The gallstones that don’t cause any pain or symptoms typically don’t need any treatment but the people who experience pain & symptoms from their gallstones usually require a gall bladder removal surgery.

    Minimally Invasive Surgery at Affordable Cost

    Tell us about your problems and we’ll figure out the best treatment option for you.


    Too much cholesterol & bilirubin in your bile

    Gallbladder doesn′t empty completely

    Weak digestive system

    Excess estrogen due to therapy or pregnancy


    Pain in the upper right portion of abdomen and shoulder

    Rapid intensifying pain just below your breastbone

    Dark colour urine

    Vomiting & Nausea

    Why You Should Not Delay Surgery?
    Stones can be transferred to bile duct which can be dangerous
    It may lead to gall bladder cancer
    May lead to Jaundice and Pancreatitis
    Surgery is the best option as Ayurveda / Homeopathy alone are less effective
    What is the Cost of Surgery?
    It depends on the procedure and technology used
    Patient’s medical history, including associated conditions
    Patient’s age and diagnosis test involved
    After clinical diagnosis by our best doctors, cost estimation can be provided

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      Yes, Gallstone treatment is covered under the health insurance policy

      Gallstone surgery is a daycare procedure and takes between 45 mins to 1 hr to complete.

      At Sama Hospital we deliver 100% success, Having a healthy lifestyle after the surgery will help to sustain the results.

      If not treated in time gallbladder can be inflamed (Cholecystitis), which will lead to forming pus inside the gallbladder, the infection can spread to other organs.



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