I've had a CT and us of the abdomen and it was ok and I had a hida scan show gallbladder at 9%. No stones. What eventually happens? Complications?

Your choice... Your cck-hida indicates gallbladder dysfunction, which often translates to mean a symptomatic one that warrants surgical removal. There are lots of reasons however for biliary-type dyspepsia, and you may want to investigate these before considering surgery. Indeed, your symptoms may persist even if the gallbladder is removed, since it may turn out it wasn't the sole reason for your distress.
Symptoms? Do you mean that the ejection fraction of the gallbladder is 9%? This is low and suggests cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder). Stones are not always present or there may have been small stones that passed with attacks of colic. If symptoms are consistent, removal of the gallbladder may be suggested. You and your doctor need to decide.

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