Gallbladder attacks and gallstones do not discriminate and may develop in even the healthiest individuals. Thankfully, robotic gallbladder surgery exists, and it could be just what you need to feel your best again.
If you have been experiencing painful episodes of gallbladder attacks in addition gallstones, you may be exasperated by the further symptoms of stabbing pain, diarrhea, or heartburn. While diet has been shown to temporarily relieve these symptoms, they are not likely to improve much on their own, if at all. As a last resort, the best and most sufficient option for improving these symptoms is surgery. Surgery is best for preventing catastrophic or potentially fatal correlated issues, such as pancreatitis.
It is likely that altering your diet has not worked well enough to prevent further gallbladder attacks or gallstones from forming. One option your doctor may recommend is open surgery, where an incision is made in your abdomen and your gallbladder is carefully removed by the surgeon with sterile tools. However, there is one alternative in the form of robotic gallbladder surgery.
Robotic gallbladder surgery is a new technological advancement in the medical field and is highly regarded by medical professionals internationally. This medical breakthrough may make a world of difference for you and your recovery time. Robotic gallbladder surgery involves the use of a small, lighted camera and a surgeon-controlled robotic device that will remove your gallbladder with amazing precision.
Gallbladder attacks and gallstones may be excruciatingly painful to experience over time. If altering your diet has not worked to ease your symptoms significantly, surgery may be an alternative treatment proposed to you. When picking which surgery option is best for you, it would be sensible to carefully compare your risk factors to the benefits before deciding if robotic gallbladder surgery is ideal for you. Of course, our team at Surgical Associates of South Florida can help you every step of the way. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at our office in Miami, FL.