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My blood work showed elevated pancreatic enzyme levels. I don't feel bad enough for gallstone/pancreatitis, what could it be? Ultrasound is scheduled!
If blood work, neurology report were normal, and doctor did an examination, he suspects no brain tumor, no CT scan, am I most likey safe? Optic nerve looks good, just have gallstones that cause nausea
Lap Chole: If you have pain in your upper right corner of your belly and have gallstones then you would need surgery. It is done laparoscopically and is commonly known as lap chole or laparoscopic cholecystectomy. It is an in and out operation that you have at the hospital or a surgery center. Some less skilled surgeons still do it open occasionally. ...Read more
Get an ultrasound: Unless there is an obstuction of your bile ducts, blood tests will not demonstrate whether or not you have gallstones. An ultrasound of the gallbladder should show gallstones. Often, a test called a hida scan is also done to watch how the galbladder empties. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a uultrasound done and blood test they found a 9mm gallstone im worried if something was wrose he would tell he would tell me right?
Yes: Your doctor would not have any reason to withhold information from you, about your health. ...Read more
Indirectly: Most people with gallbladder disease will not have any lab abnormalities. However, some of the complications of gallbladder disease may be detected by blood tests. These include common bile duct stones which can block the liver and cause liver enzyme elevation, pancreatitis which will elevate the amylase and lipase in the blood, and acute cholecystitis which may elevate the white blood cell ct. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you have gallstones would you be able to find out by blood tests or urine test what's wrong or could it still be gallstones.
Bloody fluid wth bowel motion & grainy blood bits What could this be? Have stomach ucler & gallstone & 2 polyps
Notify your treating: physician immediately.They will want to reevaluate you. ...Read more
Pain under right ribs, small area tender when pressed. U/S negative for gallstones. Blood shows slightly raised white cells. Suggested cause? Tests?
Inflamed GB: Slight elevation in WBC suggests infection in area causing pain. If there is no other history of disease that could effect the liver producing a lesion under going necrosis then one must suggest the origin of symptoms is the GB. Stones are not always necessary to produce GB inflammation and as such a CAT scan or hepatic iminodiacetic acid (HIDA) scan.will probably reveal the prolem ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Loose stools x12 days, last few days they've been orange/brown. I have a gallstone, but no pain. No appetite. Fatigue. No blood. Stool culture, o&p, blood work, abd xray, u/s normal. Xifaxan (rifaximin) not worki?
I had a blood bacterial infection that may have been associated with gallstones. I have had no pain in 2&1/2 months. Should the gallbladder be removed?
Need More Info: All else being equal, cholecystectomy is indicated following any episode of cholecystitis, provided one can tolerate elective surgery. Was your infection from the gb? Sepsis is rarely associated with cholecystitis unless a stone exits the gallbladder & obstructs the liver; this is called cholangitis, often requiring endoscopic clearance of the stone (ercp), followed by eventual cholecystectomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Episodes of pain on rght side, under ribs/above naval since dec. First blood test showed CRP 113 ALT 340 2nd blood test ALT 120 ngtve hepatitis usliver normal, found gallstones rpt blood test, causes?
Gallstones : If you have gallstones on ultrasound then your RUQ pain is most likely symptoms of your gallstones. The elevated CRP suggests inflammation and the alk phos suggests some type of biliary obstruction. I suggest you see a surgeon in your area to discuss options. Please take a copy of your ultrasound and labs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have gallstones in the bile duct, this morning I had a bit of blood in my phlegm. It was a dark red.
Bad gallbladder: You have a bad gallbladder, a fixable problem with surgery. Gallstones have travelled out of your gallbladder and are stuck in your duct, which is dangerous and treated with scope procedure ERCP. Check in with your local surgeon or regular doctor to ge started. Coughing blood in small amount is likely not related. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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