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i had undergone removal of gallbleder stone surgery. Now on 10th and 11th day from the operation 200 ml bile is being released daily. is it complication? what MRCP will help me? Is another surgery required? Doctors say quantity of bile is normal.
Hello there is no complication everything sounds as though your gallbladder is now functioning fine. The normal daily bile released in an adult is generally 400-800ml. The slightly lower amount is of no concern, it is possibly lower from your recent surgery but the less bile produced the less likely you will have problems with nausea etc. during your recoup period. The amount may increase after awhile or may not? Your body may only produce 200ml daily but without any symptoms I would not worry at all about it.
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