Why do women on average have an increased tendency compared to men to develop gallstones?

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Why do women on average have an increased tendency compared to men to develop gallstones?

Fluctuations in female sex hormone levels are a significant factor, along with an unhealthy diet contributing to the formation of gallstones. The leading causes of hormonal fluctuations are births, birth control pills, and a woman's menopause. The gallbladder is a small organ, but it tends to produce infections with many symptoms, usually not linked to the gallbladder. If you examine the energy channel map of the gallbladder (meridian), you will find that it ends in the cheeks, around the eyes.
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