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Treatment of dyskinesia of bile ducts

A bile is the fluid, produced by the liver. Its primary tasks include the improvement of assimilation of fats and activation of the process of food movement through the intestinal tract. Before getting into the intestine, the bile flows out from the liver to hepatic ducts, then – to a bile duct. To put it simply, then the dyskinesia of bile ducts is the impaired bile secretion.


The appearance and development of dyskinesia of bile ducts and, as the result, the problems with bile flow are usually caused by the following factors:

  • irrational nutrition (failure to adhere the food regimen, consumption of junk food);
  • different diseases of the organs of the gastrointestinal tract (gastritis, duodenitis, ulcer disease, pancreatitis etc.);
  • hormonal disorders of the organism, climax;
  • parasites (worms);
  • allergy;
  • nervous tension, frequent stresses.


The main characteristic symptom for different forms of the disease is the persistent pain in the right side. In case of hypertonic-hyperkinetic form of the disease, the pain is colicky, with short (about one hour) contractions, which grow especially stronger after eating as well as while running or walking quickly. In case of hypertonic-hyperkinetic form of the dyskinesia, the pain is dull and long-standing and is quite often accompanied by the nausea and vomiting. The pain irradiates under the shoulder blade, right shoulder and heart area and is accompanied by sharp and heavy sweatiness, paleness, nausea, headache, tachycardia etc.


Except for the pain, the characteristic symptoms of problems with bile flow are:

  • bitter taste in mouth in the morning;
  • permanent bad mood;
  • weakness;
  • indigestion;
  • insomnia;
  • poor appetite;
  • menstrual disorders;


In the Gastroenterology Department of Oxford Medical, the gastroenterologists diagnose the disease, depending on the existing symptoms of the patient and based on the data, obtained during the instrumental methods of examination. For a precise assessment of the function of the gallbladder, the doctors administer special diagnostic tests, including the liver function tests and pancreatic enzyme test. The ultrasonography and esophagogastroduodenoscopy are applied for obtaining the reliable exhaustive information.

If necessary, the patient can be sent to specialized centers for undergoing:

  • cholecystography;
  • fractional duodenal intubation;
  • cholescintigraphy etc.

In case of the hypotonic form of dyskinesia, the ultrasound examination or contrast examination, which help detecting the increase of sizes and prolapse of the gall bladder, are performed.

The comprehensive treatment of dyskinesia of bile ducts includes:

  • dietetic therapy;
  • physiotherapeutic procedures;
  • hydrotherapy;
  • adherence to the correct schedule of work and rest; 
  • medication therapy;
  • treatment in sanatoriums;

For treatment of problems with bile flow, caused by the dyskinesia of bile ducts, the strict diet and balanced lifestyle are prescribed (you should eat 4-6 times a day with small portions). In addition, the doctor prescribes the individual course of treatment, which allows restoring the normal bile movement.


Our clinic provides each patient with:

  • comprehensive diagnostics of the problems of digestive system;
  • effective and safe treatment;
  • treatment in day patient department under the thorough control of doctors;

individual recommendations from specialists on the  correct nutrition.  


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