A cyst in the liver and gallbladder is not necessarily dangerous. This varies with the type and size of the cyst. In some cases a cyst will require surgery, especially if it becomes painful.
Are clamps left in after gallbladder surgery?
Gallbladder do not grow after surgery. You may not find that loss of gallbladder is problem, in any way.
It can be, but most anesthetists will use oxygen and a "trachea" tube to keep the required oxygen content of the blood during surgery.
With modern techniques, you have almost no chances of death in planned gallbladder surgery.
Laparascopic Surgery to remove the gallbladder can take two hours or less.
No, there shouldn't be. After gallbladder surgery there are usually no dietary restrictions at all.
Yes, you can eat candy after gallbladder surgery. Fatty foods are those that are most likely to cause difficulty after gallbladder removal.
Laparoscopic gallbladder removal is minimally invasive surgery. This is the use of robotics to perform surgery. However, gallbladder removal can also be done through a surgical incision. This would be considered invasive surgery.
The gallbladder only produces bile to break down fats. Semen is not a fat. No gallbladder will have no negative or dangerous effect.