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Medication for gallstone relief ?

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i am diagnosed with gallstones. for severe pain- one doc gave me "voren" and other doc whome i went for second opinion suggested me "dicloran" for severe attack.

pls advice which one gives quick relief from severe gallstone attack. are the both medicine which i have been suggested are for severe pain only and can be taken anytime i get attack.

thankyou.


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replied November 25th, 2010
Gallbladder Disease Answer A17294
As I do not recognize these medications, I am assuming that you live outside of the USA. Unfortunately, since I am not familiar with these medications, I cannot make any comments about either of them.

Certainly, surgery to remove your gallstones and gallbladder would be the most appropriate treatment if you are otherwise healthy enough to undergo surgery.


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Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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