Why education is often rooted in genetic predisposition of the person. The disease occurs due to the special metabolism of the body. As a rule, in this case, it appears not on one body but on several.
What is polyps?
Is an overgrowth of the mucous membrane of the gall bladder with a benign nature.
They come in four types:
- 1. inflammatory, when there is a growth of the inner shell body;
- 2. cholesterol, is associated with deposits on the walls of the body of cholesterol, as a result of lipid metabolism;
- 3. adenomatous, i.e. resulting from glandular tissue;
- 4. papilloma.
At the beginning of last century to identify the person polyps in the gallbladder was almost impossible, and today this disease is not often possible to diagnose, as many physicians would like. According to some reports, the polyps in this body have 4% of the population, and they are more prone to women over the age of 30. Low detection of the disease is due to the fact that her appearance may not cause any symptoms and people do not notice changes. Reveals a problem only if you do x-ray or ultrasound.
The first two types are often referred to as fake polyps, while cholesterol are the most common. Although some doctors consider them to be individual stones in the bladder.
However, there are other reasons that contribute to the development of benign increases, for example, bile stasis and chronic inflammation of the bladder. It is noticed that they accompany cholelithiasis and chronic cholecystitis.
What is the danger?
What’s the danger of polyps is that they can develop into malignant tumors. Therefore, patients need to check on every six months and preferably three months. Best of all, if the condition of the bladder will be monitored by a doctor, or at least a study is best done in a health care facility.
Usually the operation is prescribed, even with a slight increase in the polyp. If it grew for 6 months of 1 mm is already a reason for surgical intervention. First and foremost, we are not talking about all kinds, and specifically about the papillomas, adenomatous polyp and the other of the papillary formations. The sudden and rapid growth and transition to malignant character – that is the danger. That is, by themselves they do not cause harm to the person, but at some point, the mechanism of which is still not completely clear on the science, they can develop into malignant tumors. There is a version that this is subject to 10 to 30 % of all who have polyps in the gallbladder.
Symptoms and signs
The disease is quite insidious because in many people it is generally without any symptoms. A person often finds out about its existence quite by chance came to do an ultrasound of the digestive system, the study identified the problem. Sometimes it becomes famous when the only thing left to do doctor is to completely remove the bubble, otherwise people will be in a dangerous situation.
Some of the symptoms, although they are typical for a number of other diseases.
- 1. poor tolerance of certain foods (it all depends on the characteristics of the human body);
- 2. pain in right abdomen;
- 3. nausea.
The symptoms and treatment of the overall education resonate with cholelithiasis, with which polyps are common signs.
They often accompany other disorders in the liver and bile ducts, namely:
- chronic cholecystitis;
- biliary dyskinesia;
- chronic pancreatitis.
The first thing to address to the gastroenterologist or surgeon. Your doctor will review the results of the study, if necessary, prescribe additional tests and analyses, and then select the treatment and tell you how dangerous the disease is and what stage it is.
Today the only proven way of dealing with these polyps is surgery. If the size has reached one centimeter or more, requiring urgent surgical treatment. The most modern method – laparoscopy. The doctor uses high-tech tools that are introduced into the body through tiny incisions. This method is considered the least dangerous, if major bleeding is almost impossible. Laparoscopy can be done to many people with a wide range of contraindications.
Deprecated method – open cholecystectomy when gall bladder is removed completely through an incision in the front part of the abdomen.
Is treatment possible without surgery?
Therapy without surgery is shown in the case where the size is not very large (less than 1 cm). All the human organs perform in the human body some kind of a role, so do not rush to delete, if there is an alternative path. This is especially true of cases associated with the occurrence of cholesterol polyps. Some doctors offer to eliminate them by taking certain medications that dissolve the stones (Uresana or Ursofalk), and additionally some of choleretic herbs and berries (decoction of rose hips). About the effectiveness of this approach can be find out using ultrasound.
The downside is the presence of side effects. The treatment can take up to a year from the permanent medication in the liver accumulates a large amount of creatinine. Even with a marked dissolution of the formations are not perfect, they do not start to grow again.
An important aspect of treatment is a proper diet. The doctor will advise you to eat small portions but often.
Exclude from the diet foods that can cause polyps in the gallbladder:
- fatty types of meat and fish;
- canned and homemade pickles;
- smoked products;
- fresh white bread;
- radish, turnip, radish;
- onions and garlic (limit);
- sour cream;
The list of useful products include:
- vegetable oil;
- stale bread;
- boiled vegetables, meat, poultry;
- non-acidic fruits and berries;
- mashed potatoes.
Possible the treatment of gallbladder polyps and traditional methods. However, their efficiency is not proven.
Treatment with traditional medicine
1. Pour a liter of boiling water one tbsp of dry mint, immortelle. An hour later the infusion is ready. Drink it within two days. First half, then the second part from the rest and then everything else. Some sources indicate that the course is up to two months, however, we must be careful with long-term treatment of folk remedies.
2. A month will the treatment take if used as a decoction of flowers of immortelle, St. John’s wort, plantain leaves, wild strawberries, series, rose hips and seeds of the dill or fennel. Pour a liter of boiling water two tablespoons of the mixture. After an hour, drain. Broth drink 100 ml twice a day, preferably before meals.
3. In a glass of boiled water insist for tablespoons of celandine. After 6 hours the drug was ready. Drink one big throat three times a day.
4. Although the mushrooms when the disease is not to suggest that some species can be very useful. For example, use the tincture of the fungus. 100 grams of this mushroom insist two weeks in half a liter of vodka. If I add to tea cooked, it will contribute to the resorption of polyps.
There is another “mushroom” recipe. 10-15 of entire raincoats (mushrooms are harvested when they have reached a certain age and grew up to at least 4 cm), pour a half glass of vodka and put in a dry dark place for a week, and every day the mixture should be shaken. Upon expiration of mushrooms finely cut and mixed with 500 g of butter and 3 tbsp honey. Cooked eat half an hour after eating one tbsp If raincoats could not be found, they can be replaced with the same amount of of aloe leaves, previously placed in the refrigerator for seven days. You should also add 50 grams of cognac. After taking food a tablespoon. More efficient the tool will, if it is to drink hot green tea.
5. The easiest way of dealing with polyps is the nightly use of a piece of black bread with unrefined sunflower oil and two or three cloves of garlic. That’s the only benefit of this treatment is quite questionable, as the doctors suggest in the gall bladder to minimize the consumption of fresh onions and garlic, aggravating the painful symptoms.
Pregnant women all of these recipes are contraindicated as surgery. It is advisable to decide on the treatment to the period of gestation.