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By Dr. A. Minocha,   author of  "How To Stop Heartburn: Simple Ways to Heal Heartburn and Acid Reflux" and "Natural Stomach Care: Treating and Preventing Digestive Disorders with Best of Eastern and Western Therapies"

     
     

If I have abdominal pain and stones in the gall bladder, it means that the gall bladder is the culprit

Is it a Myth or a Fact? Find out below

The presence of stones in the gall bladder does not mean that symptoms are necessarily caused by them. As many as 10% of the western population has gall stones. However, the incidence of symptoms due to gall stones is very low. One study suggested an incident rate of symptomatic gall stones to be 2 percent. Neither age, sex, nor the number or size of gall stones may predict who will develop symptoms.

 

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