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you can start with your GP doctor
they can prescribe you medications like ursodiol which can help dissolve gall stones.
your GP doctor can give you a course of antibitoics which can sometimes help calm down gall bladder inflammation
if this doesn't work, your GP doctor can refer you to see a surgeon who can talk to you about removing your gall bladder
do you have a GP doctor?
yes, she is safe to fly if she has gall stones.
she should avoid fatty foods and alcohol and oily foods which can inflame the gall bladder.
a short flight should be fine
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