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No gallbladder but keeps getting stones in the bile duct leading to surgery, where are they coming from, why and can they prevented?

Gall bladder stone . Usually stones are formed in the gall bladder and come down to common bile duct. So many times they are left in the common bile duct from before removing the gall bladder, in that case, they will give pain symptoms later. ERCP is required to remove those stones. Please discuss with your Physician. Read more...
Biliary stones. It has been suggested that the biliary ducts have some stone forming potential. There are medications that can be used in the long term that may help, ursodiol for example. Read more...

Should I go to dr first part of this year I had my gallbladder removed. They told me they had to leave a stone in my duct to avoid open surgery. For the past week I have been having severe pain under my right sholder blade and on occasion near my sternu

It . It appears that you are suffering from cramping around the stone in the duct. I am not sure about your anatomy, but it sounds like it might be a common duct stone. This can often be removed by a gastroenterologist during an endoscopy. You really should see a gastroenterologist about this. Read more...
Go to ER. This could be a sign of a serious blockage or infection. You should seek medical attention. Read more...