Is it normal to feel stomach pain and nausea after a hida scan with cck?

Maybe. Most people say stomach when they mean any area in the abdomen. If the cck is infused/injected too quickly ...You can get a muscle spasm ... Which maybe what you are feeling.

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Had a hida scan w cck today and had a lot of stomach pain/bloating/tightness and nausea. Does this mean a problem w my gallbladder?

Not necessarily. Need to wait to find out the results of the gallbladder function. It is normal to feel gas discomfort or cramping with the cck injection, especially if the injection is done quickly. Read more...
Not necessarily. The hida scan is not always abnormal with gall bladder disease. Fact that symptoms were mimicked by the test may mean biliary system issue. Gall bladder function and ejection fraction help in deciding whether gb contributing to symptoms. Dyskinesia. Pancreas, stomach.Esophagus et al. Can contribute these symptoms. Read more...

Hida scan was normal but I had a lot of pain/bloating in stomach and nausea from cck. Stomach is still hurting from cck (yesterday) what can this be?

CCK. Cck stimulates the gallbladder to contract. Common adverse effects following cck administration include abdominal discomfort and nausea. These effects are more pronounced following rapid infusion. The serum half-life of cck is 2.5 min and therefore exogenous hormone clears from blood quite rapidly and reaches basal levels within 20–25 min after cessation of its infusion. Cck should be gone... Read more...
History of IBS. Cck not only affects contraction of gall bladder but can affect bowel particularly patients with irritable bowel syndrome. Substantial proportion of patients with ibs experience bowel symptoms soon after eating meal. There is now some evidence indicate that these so-called postprandial symptoms may be brought on by abnormal reactivity in the hormones cholecystokinin (cck) and motilin. Read more...

I had 0%EF on hida scan. When I got the CCK I only felt tightness in my stomach & slight nausea w/ sweating. Could my results be False/Positive?

Doubtful. If the test was performed properly zero result indicates gall bladder dysfunction and or blocked bile outflow from the gall bladder. An Abdominal surgeon can evaluate you, review your hida scan findings with the radiologist and then advise you best. Read more...
There are various. potential causes of a false positive abnormal EF, including diabetes, illnesses such as acute viral syndromes, metabolic disturbances, certain drugs, and others. Impossible to say in your case without additional clinical details. Talk to your doc about the results. Read more...

Intermittent nausea & vomiting. Had hida scan. Was told it was normal, but had pain & nausea when given cck. Should gallbladder still be a problem?

Part of the problem. You have induced biliary colic by CCK .it mean part of your problem could be the GB but removing it will not solve all your digestive dilemma .you have IBS ,watch what you eat ,manage your stress ,stay away from food that your body telling you that do not like ,regulate your bowels ,exercise ,eat multiple small meals, no red meat, no fry or greasy food, no spicy food.hydrate well, relax and sleep . Read more...

I have to have a HIDA scan with CCK and can't take my meds. Would weed affect the test? I don't smoke but I am afraid of the pain and nausea w/o meds.

Probably not, but… The whole point of the test is to measure how well your gallbladder works when you are not on any medications or other substances. Because you don't know the effects of marihuana on your gallbladder, I would try to avoid this before the test so that you don't mess up the results of the HIDA scan. If you don't smoke marijuana now, this would not be a good time to start. Good luck. Read more...

I have been having stomach pain near the esophogus, was checked for gallbladder with a normal hida scan. Is this most likely gerd?

Possibly. This could be gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd). Usually symptoms worsens when lying down, particularly after a large late night meal. Risk factors for men in particular are obesity, tobacco use and alcohol consumption, as well as dietary factors such as the intake of caffeinated beverages and foods. Symptomatic treatment with antacids and changing eating habits, may suffice. Read more...

Had hida scan today. Pain after cck injection but not bad now 5hrs later. Extreme nausea now and worsening, sweating. Why is the nausea worsening?

Unpleasant . But normal side effect. Can cause bowel cramps. If you are not better by next day call your doctor. Read more...
Annoying but normal. Cck often causes nausea and abdominal cramps. This usually resolves within at most an hour or two. I would check with your doctor if you do not feel better by the next day. Read more...
Side effect. Cck is known to give side effects such as nausea, sometimes severe or abdominal cramps or bloating. Patients react differently to its administration. Usually these symptoms will disappear within few hours after the injection of cck. However, if you still feel significant nausea after 12-24 hours, please consult your doctor, this might not be related to the cck. Read more...

11yo with hida scan gallbladder ef 0.0% normal initial biliary scan no detectable gallbladder ef reproduced pain with cck what s this mean my child?

Not sure. If the gallbladder ef was truly 0, then there is significant biliary diskinesia. May need gb removed for symptom relief. I have never seen this in an 11 yr old though. Would consider repeating the test as I have also not seen a gb ejec fraction of 0 either. Read more...
Gall bladder disease. Cck is natural hormone that stimulates gall bladder to contract. If ultrasound exam shows no calculi or gall bladder thickening, this uusally means gall bladder dyskinesia. Gall bladder does not contract normally causing pain and the ejection fraction is low. The cck should have been injected in a slow intravenous dose at time of study. Treatment usually involves consulting pediatric surgeion. Read more...
Cystic.obstruction . If sonogram shows stones, means stone is obstructing at cystic duct, rarely children also get gall bloodier stones , cholilithiasis, need more info , cck stimulation with cystic duct stone will give more pain speak to the pediatrician will provide more answers. Read more...