“Can you live without a gallbladder?” is a question we hear all the time at Gallbladder Help. The answer is, “Yes.” Gallbladder surgery is one of the most common of all surgeries in North America. Usually the surgery (laparoscopic gallbladder surgery) is an “out-patient” procedure, meaning you are in and out of the hospital in the same day.
With this said, many people who have their gallbladder removed, have lingering digestive problems – sometimes for the rest of their life. If you have your gallbladder removed, there are some dietary changes you can make so that food sits with you better. If you are interested in keeping your gallbladder, consider conducting some gallbladder cleanses and changing your gall bladder diet. This site has a growing number of gallbladder healthy recipes to help you in this process.