Can gall bladder disease with no pain or gall stones cause any complications?

See below. I am not sure i understand your question. You have gallbladder "disease" without gallstones? Are you diagnosed with biliary dyskinesia (low function gallbaldder)? If there is no pain & no gallstones then there is very little likelihood of getting any problems or complications.

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I suffered from acute pancreatitis 2 months ago caused by gall stones. My gall bladder was removed, now I suffer from frequent and urgent urination.?

Several possibilitie. The symptoms may or may not be related your recent surgery. A urinary tract infection needs to be ruled out first. A remote possibility especially if there was history of chronic pancreatitis you could have developed diabetes. See your pcp. Read more...
Call your physician. There are a number of things that come to mind when i hear about this problem. A simple urinary tract infection (but the time frame is a bit odd). One thing that comes to mind is an infection in the pelvis that is irritating the bladder. I can't tell you exactly what your problem is caused by, but it should be looked into. Read more...
See your doctor now. Go to see your doc soon so to see if having UTI or poor bladder emptying at least. How to put all the related things for good follow-up together correctly? Follow instructions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onUTI.html, http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html, & http://www.formefirst.com/TroublingVoiding-Men.html. Thereby you gain insight & confidence on how to work with doc... Read more...

Had ultrasound that indicated gall stone foci (6mm). Liver and gall bladder normal. No pain. Coded as cholestasis. Why not say minor gall stones?

Coding error? I agree. Sounds like the more appropriate ICD-10 code for your finding was K80.20 = Calculus of gallbladder w/o cholecystitis w/o obstruction. Perhaps your provider has however other data that supports a diagnosis of cholestasis (K71.0, K83.1). Read more...

What is a gall bladder operation to remove gall stones like?

Laparoscopic. Usually an outpatient laparoscopic surgical procedure to remove the gallbladder through 1-4 small incisions, usually less than an hour surgery, usually not too much pain after surgery, eat light foods the first few days after surgery. Read more...

If I had my gall bladder out a year ago, is it possible to still produce and pass gall stones?

Unfortunately. Yes. In a small minority, stones can re-form in the common duct. Another even less likely possibility is that you had a small stone in the cystic duct or in the common duct at time of original surgery but was not recognized. If you currently have stone in the common duct, you need to have an endoscopic procedure called ERCP and sphincterotomy. Consult a GI specialist to see if you needit. Read more...

Can a person with the gall bladder removed still have gall stones?

Yes they can. In some individuals stones can develop in the duct between the liver and the intestine. The symptoms may be similar to having a gall bladder attack. See your Physician if you have symptoms. Read more...
Yes. Residual Common Bile Duct Stones. See your friendly neighborhood gastroenterologist. Read more...

Gall bladder question. What drinks, juices prevent gall stones?

The evidence says... There is no evidence that anything helps prevent gall stones. However, if you avoid being overweight, avoid drinks high in sugar and fat, and avoid type 2 diabetes, it will help you avoid gall stones. Read more...