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Is it okay to travel with a gallbladder infection?

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replied July 12th, 2017
Gallbladder Disease Answer A61662
As long as the symptoms are controlled and you are clinically stable without symptoms for the last 24 hours, there is nothing to worry about.

In addition, consult your doctor treating you, and seek his opinion about safe travel further.

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