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2 Cm Gallstone
I recently had a sonogram done found cyst 2.4 cm, one gallstone, everything else came normal. Should I worry?? Thanks
Cyst and gallstone: Where is the cyst? What are its features.? Simple cysts with thin walls are not worrisome. Complex cysts with thick irregular walls are worrisome. Liver and kidney solitary cysts are common. Pancreas cysts are uncommon and worrisome. One gallstone could cause a future problem. Modify diet to low fat low cholesterol. ...Read more
M/32. Gallstone 2 cm diagnosed in 2016, no other gallbladder abnormality. Am I at immediate risk of gallbladder ca. Or can I wait with surgery year or2?
Maybe...: It all depends on whether that stone decides to move and clog your bile duct. That is what commonly causes the pain and the need for immediately surgery. Try to avoid eating fried, greasy, fatty foods. Make sure you keep your appointments with your doctor so that they can monitor the stone. ...Read more
Surgery if symptoms: Gb surgery would be appropriate if you have symptoms. Just having gallstones does not require any therapy. Once symptoms start, however, they continue and slowly worsen over time. In the worst case, the gallbladder can become gangrenous and rupture causeing the need for an emergency procedure. If symptoms start, therefore, you should have the surgery early, electively before a disaster happens. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 32. This year I was diagnosed with gallstones, the largest is 2 cm. Gallbladder wall normal. Should I have my gallbladder removed?
Not yet: Many people have gallstones and have no symptoms, these people require no intervention. Others who have abdominal attacks that increase in frequency and intensity, will cause a more urgent evaluation by surgery. if pain is severe persistent or associated with fever surgery becomes more emergent. ...Read more
Dr said I have gallstone 1.9 CM is any way I don't have to remove it. Or at less to make it smaller so I can pass it out. I don't want to hace surgery.
If it does not: Bother you do not bother itGet a more detailed answer ›
Gallbladder: Thickened gallbladder + gallstones in the absence if symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting associated with meals= chronic gallbladder disease. This may or may not be related to the enlarged spleen. Certain hereditary diseases such as hereditary spherocytosis may be associated with spleen enlargement and gallstones. See your doctor to sort this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother aged 54 found to have 2 gallstone of size 1.5 cm during normal sonography. She don't have any pain or symptoms. What should be done?
Went to ER and was discharged with pleurisy. Picked up my full records on my own & found that it said I have 1.7 CM gallstone. Should they have toldme?
Preferably so: That being said, if the emergency department diagnosed and began treatment for the pleurisy before the gallstone information came back, then they would only have discussed your pleurisy. The gallstone information would not have been available & would not have changed the treatment plan anyway. That's why it's important to keep followup appointments - to review update information. Hope that helps. ...Read more
I'm a woman, 37 years old. I have only one gallstone 1.5 cm. I am 160cm tall, 58 kg. What can I do. They told I have greenish liquids in my stomach?
Depends.: If the stone is not bothering you most would say leave it alone. Others (me as well) would tell you that gall bladder cancer is rarely found without stones. You are young and can have the stone for many years without symptoms, then trouble can start. I would discuss this with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gallbladder without gallstones but with a few small hyperechoic nodules along its inner wall largest measuring 0.8 x 0.9 x 0.6 cm compatible with small polyps versus adenomyomatosis. No Sxs. Treat?
Adenomyomatosis: Rarely, adenomyomatosis can progress to form sinus tracts or communications. If no symptoms, monitoring is appropriate as there is no malignant potential and ultrasound is a reliable imaging technique for diagnosis. It is something to keep in the back of your mind and to provide when giving a medical history in the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 89 year old mother had her gallbladder removed 10 years ago. She has a gallstone that is 8 CM in her bile duct. What is the best way to remove it?
Several options: An 8 cm stone in the common bile duct is extremely unusual but should be addressed quickly. There are two main ways of dealing with this, she could have an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and have the stone extracted thru the duodenum with an endoscope - she may need lithotripsy to break up the stone first; she could have surgery, probably open but possibly laparoscopic. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Abdominal MRI found a "fluid filled gallbladder with no gallstones" & a 1 CM cyst in liver-can it b cause of nausea, diarrhea, rt side pain for 3+ mos?
If you have no gallstones and your common bile duct is the normal size, then it's probably not your gallbladder. A small liver cyst is likely to be incidental, and probably wouldn't cause your symptoms either.
Go to see your local gastroenterologist for a further evaluation. ...Read more
How fast can gallstones grow? Is it possible for them to get a lot bigger or grow to a large size within a month or two?
Not likely that: Gallstones grow rapidly within a month or two. Size of stones is not as important as the symptoms they cause, however. Multiple small stones can sometimes cause more problems than single larger stone. ...Read more
Am 26yrs old and I was diagnosed with gallstones and I didn't know I had them but for the past two weeks I've bein having pain in my left lower side?
They told me I have gallstones now I have real bad diahrrea that just started tonight and I've been going to the restroom every two hours?
Call your doctor: Gallstones and diarrhea may or may not be related. With frequent liquid stools, it is important to drink plenty of nondairy fluids, such as juice, tea, or water. If you have belly pain or develop other symptoms, or diarrhea continues more than 24-48 hours, you should see a doctor promptly. ...Read more
After a trip to the ER I found out I'm slightly anemic & have gallstones. Could the two be related?
Chest pains went to er ended up getting gallbladder removed due to malfunctions caused by gallstones. It's now two weeks later having the same pains??
I had gallstones & gallbladder removed two years ago, but I'm getting almost the same pains again above stomach and round to back and full up feeling.
Plz See GI Dr.:
Postcholecystectomy syndrome is the persistence or return of RUQ abd pain following gallbladder removal. This is due to non-biliary causes (irritable bowel, ulcer dz, gerd, etc), organic biliary dz (common duct stones/stricture/cancer), or functional biliary disease (sphincter of oddi dysfunction). I advise GI work up to include
labs, ultrasound+/-ercp, depending on above results. ...Read more
Hi, I have gallstones in my gall bladder I suffer from pain that last for about two hours, but not very frequent. Will it come out through my stool?
Gallstones.: Being you're having symptoms, your stones are likely getting stuck as they try to leave the gallbladder. So it's unlikely that these stones will be leaving your body any time soon. You're experiencing biliary colic, and the solution will eventually be gallbladder removal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer