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Dietrine carb blocker supplements , gallstone condition

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Is it safe enough to take "Dietrine carb blocker" supplements - in gallstone condition. i am not going for surgery since i have been losing weight with diet control i no longer gets painful attacks anymore.... tho occassionally i do indulge in fatty junk food thus i am hoping to try these carb blocker if they are safe enough to use in this condition. pls advice-

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replied August 19th, 2010
Gallbladder Disease Answer A15446
Hi,
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. Dietrine carb blocker shouldn’t cause any problems or worsening of the gall stone condition. For gallstones, there are many treatment options which are available but the best option is still the surgery.

Surgery is the definitive treatment for gallstones. This is especially in the case of symptomatic gallstones (if they produce pain). You need to avoid the fatty food intake as that’ll obviously increase the possibility of worsening of the symptoms. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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