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Gallstone Symptoms But No Gallbladder
The gallbladder is a sac-like structure located under the right lobe of the liver. It is attached to the common bile duct via the cystic duct. The gallbladder can store bile when the bile is not needed, and can squeeze bile into the bile duct and intestine for digestion when a person eats larger ...Read more
Gallbladder disease symptoms, inflamed, free fluid around gallbladder but no gallstones what could this problem?
Gallbladder.: If your gallbladder appears inflamed on ultrasound and has free fluid around it, associated with symptoms which sound like gallbladder symptoms, I would say the most likely cause of your symptoms is your gallbladder. It is certainly possible to have cholecystitis without gallstones. You should be evaluated by your doctor or a surgeon ASAP. Good luck. ...Read more
Hida scan 53%/great deal pain nausea and gall bladder symptoms but tests normal? Gallbladder removal help?
Possibly: The symptoms you have are characteristic of problems with the biliary tree, but the area is more complex that just the gallbladder. However, the tests required to try to figure it out come with a certain amount of risk; often a higher risk profile than removing the gb first and eliminating this as a contributing factor. If the us was also normal, i would recommend an endoscopy before gb removal. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Had ultrasound that indicated gall stone foci (6mm). Liver and gall bladder normal. no pain. Coded as cholestasis. Why not say minor gall stones?
Gas, bloat, mild pain upper ab. Pale yellow stool,sometimes watery. No other symptoms. Ultrasound showgs no liver masses, no gall stones, but fatty liver. stools greasy and floats sometimes.
Been havin episodes of severe pain under breastbone, HIDA scan showed gallstones & 48% function but no acute cholecystitis, could still begallbladder?
Inflamed gallbladder. Hida scan shows 29%. No gallstones. Symptoms are not severe, minor back pain, nausea, elevated pancreas levels (301), acid reflux. Any other option besides surgery? If so, what?
What can I do for underactive gallbladder? Had gb ultrasound w normal result, but suffer from gb attacks, especially diarrhea. Seems not enough bile
Cannot diagnose: Strongly suggest that you see a GI doctor. An ultrasound may exclude clinically relevant stones but does not effect functionality of gall bladder. Do not know what gb attacks are in your case, but you should definitely be seen, diagnosed and management options discussed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gallbladder ef 12%, no gallstones, but symptoms: extreme burping, food intolerance (nausea/gas), pressure/poking under rib rib. Should i remove it?
See below: Your gallbladder is barely functioning and it is not going to improved. Your best chance to relieve your symptoms is to have it removed. ...Read more
Gallbladder sludge with cholelithiasis, lots of inflammation..Diseased gallbladder. Cholecytomy monday. What's some issues that con from lap 2open sur?
More info: A little more information would be useful. Generally the difficulties of inflammation will get worse by delaying the entire weekend. Thickened, firm, "woody edema" from prolonged inflammation can obscure what is called critical view and make laparoscopy difficult. If your surgical team is waiting, usually more details. Encourage you ask for additional information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why would the gallbladder not empty? Ultrasound doesn't show any stones or inflammation & HIDA GBEF is 0%.
Elevated liver enzymes, fatigue , nausea are my symptoms. Doc suggests gall bladder but nuclear gall bladder test negative. What next?
I have had chronic nausea and belching for 8 weeks. No vomiting. No H. Pylori. No GERD. Antacids don't help. No gall pain.
What could this be?
Symptoms: gas, diarrhea for 9 months. No pain whatsoever. HIDA scan showed ef of 25%, should I have my gallbladder removed even if it's not painful?
Try symptomatic: with HIDA scan findings that are borderline, not knowing whether you had ultrasound of gallbladder, i do not recommend removing GB now. Your symptoms could be from irritable bowel syndrome , for which medicines are available . You are better of seeing Gastro-enterology MD for evaluation ...Read more
Can h pylori cause gallbladder problems? Hida scan showed dysfunctional gallbladder with no stones and no obstructions. Tested positive for h pylori.
Possibly: H. Pylori species, have been implicated as a possible cause of chronic gall bladder disease, inflammation in bile ducts, gall-bladder carcinoma and primary hepatic carcinomas. Dna of h. Pylori have been found in association with gall bladder disease but not the presence of the viable organisms. Further research needs to be performed to see if this organism causes biliary diseases. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Its possible: Sludge is very small stones. The majority of gallstones are symptom free. The symptoms are pain after eating, bloating, belching and progress to severe frequent pain that lasts longer and longer. Fever, vomiting and complication of pancreatitis or liver obstruction are potentially life threatening. Okay to talk to your doctor about your diagnosis and your health. Good luck. ...Read more
96% ejection fraction hida. Still pain and discomfort. No gallstones in ultrasound. Will my gallbladder still need to be removed?
Those results: are normal, maybe your pain is not related to the gallbladder. ...Read more
I have frequent heat/pain in chest. Tests eliminated GERD/cardio. US shows sludge in GB (no stones), and HIDA EF is 37%. Does that warrant GB removal?
No: I do not think that what you describe is gallbladder related. I would be interested in learning the tests that you say ruled out reflux. Also consider an esophageal condition like esophageal spasm. Give the information you submitted, I would be against removing your gallbladder at present time. www.drlugo.com ...Read more
Is it possible to have a gangrene gall bladder with no pain only fever and nausea? HIDA scan showed 15% EF. ultrasound normal.
Highly unlikely: This life-threatening condition is an acute medical emergency. If the doctor believes a patient has gallbladder gangrene, the recommendation is immediate surgery. If the patient is not stable for surgery or if severe infection has set in, the doctor will treat the patient with antibiotics with the goal of quelling the infection so a surgeon can operate. Anything is possible but this is not likely. ...Read more
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