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I have an enlarged fatty liver I have polyps and stones in my gallbladder. I must have thyroid surgery first my high.Calcium. Do i remove gallbladdne?

I have an enlarged fatty liver I have polyps and stones in my gallbladder. I must have thyroid surgery first my high.Calcium. Do i remove gallbladdne?

It depnds on Symptom: Gall stones are frequently asymptomatic(silent) and do not require removal of the gall bladder on any urgent basis unless you have pain caused by the stones. So your doctor can guide you about what is more important to handle first...Thyroid, calcium problem, or gall stones. Follw the advice of your famnily doctor who can help you priortize what should be handled first. ...Read more

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Gall Bladder (Definition)

Sac like organ that serves to store bile, a digestive detergent which is made in the liver. Typically contracts after eating and sends the stored bile down ducts to ...Read more


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Aren't thyroid problems and gallbladder attacks related?

Aren't thyroid problems and gallbladder attacks related?

Not likely: I can't think of any conditions that would affect both organs. ...Read more

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Cyst in liver and cyst in thyroid. Tubal and appendectomy. What r my chances for having gallbladder sludge removed laproscopy?

Cyst in liver and cyst in thyroid. Tubal and appendectomy. What r my chances for having gallbladder sludge removed laproscopy?

Not likely: Treatment would be a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. The gallbladder stores bile and pushes it into the intestines in response to eating fat in a meal. Bile is a salt in solution. In gallbladder disease, the gallbladder is not exchanging the bile properly causing the bile to sit there. Like sugar in a jar of water, if it sits there, eventually it comes out of solution forming sludge. ...Read more

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Thyroid cancer survivor. Family history of gallbladder disease, are the odds are that i'm more likely to get mine removed also? They had symptoms in late 30's

Thyroid cancer survivor. Family history of gallbladder disease, are the odds are that i'm more likely to get mine removed also? They had symptoms in late 30's

Maybe: There is definitely a genetic component to gallbladder disease, but it is still not possible to know who will actually need their gallbladder removed or not. In general, even those with gallstones only have removal of the gallbladder if they have symptoms that are likely caused from the gallbladder. Typically right upper abdominal pain radiating to the back, worse 30-60' after a fatty meal. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Cyst in liver and thyroid gland, tubal and appendectomy. What re my chances of laproscopy to remove gallbladder?

Could be done: Removal of gall bladder still possible even with abdominal scars , some times severe abdominal adhesions may prevent , but you have lower abdominal surgery , where upper abdominal adhesions will be minimal, and good luck. ...Read more

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I have constant diahrria , high thyroid levels, extremely high gastrin levels, and pernicious anemia , plus my gallbladder removed .What is wrong ?

Easy diagnosis but: I do not want to give your disease one label. You could have more than one disease. Pain or heart burn?High thyroid needs treatement. Diarrhoea related to thyroid and/or high gastrin? Gastrin and pernicious anemia could be connected. During gall bladder surgery, what did the surgoen and pathologist report? A cancer doctor could easliy help you, hope that you know answer soon? The sooner, better. ...Read more

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What's the action should take with my recurrent thyroid gland with a T3 5.1 results before going for gallbladder stones surgery asap?

What's the action should take with my recurrent thyroid gland with a T3 5.1 results before going for gallbladder stones surgery asap?

Need TSH level: You don't mention the units for the t3 level. If it is a free t3 with units of pmol/l, then 5.1 would be normal. The best test of thyroid function for someone without a thyroid and on thyroid hormone is the TSH level. ...Read more

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I vomit almost daily, sometimes food from night before, sometimes water. This has been going on for months. I am a diabetic and have thyroid cancer for the second time. I have also had my gallbladder removed and a hysterectomy.I have had many tests for th

Are : Are you vomiting soon after you eat or drink something? Do you have pain in your abdomen after you eat? Diabetic patients are at higher risk for atherosclerotic disease of the arteries (hardening of the arteries) and it is possible that you have narrowing of the arteries to your intestinal track (celiac artery, superior mesenteric artery [sma], inferior mesenteric artery [ima]). If your symptoms fit the profile this problem can be diagnosed with a cta (computed tomography angiogram). This can be ordered by your primary care doctor or other doctors caring for you. ...Read more

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Dr. Lawrence Kessler
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Thyroid (Definition)

The thyroid is an endocrine gland that sits in the lower part of the neck. It produces thyroid hormone - which ...Read more