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EGD, CBC, CMP, HIDA, lipase and amalyse, lipid panel, and A1C all normal. Dull pain URQ and middle abdomen. No other symptoms. Chance of cancer?

Unlikely.. But, you should speak with your primary. If this is ongoing, than there are certainly more imaging tests. An ultrasound could be done and is cheap painless with no radiation. If that doesn't show anything and the pain continues a CT may be useful. Read more...
Need report Of EF .
HIDA scans with Ejection Fraction can help diagnose the following:

HIDA w//Ejection Fraction would help Diagnose:
-cholecystitis or inflammation of the gallbladder
-complications of operations, such as bile leaks or fistulas
-obstruction of the bile duct.
If EF was done which would Have helped Dx of Biliary Dyskinesia accounting for dull URQ abd. pain in this patient. Read more...

Dull achy pain RUQ- abdom US nml, CBC, CMP, HIDA, upper EGD, all normal. Been 8mos. Could this still be gallbladder? Scared of cancer. BMI 32

RUQ pain. Although a negative ultrasound and HIDA scan would tend to make gallbladder disease less likely, it is still not impossible. I am not hearing anything that would suggest cancer. If your pain is persistent this long, despite your negative work up to date, I would return to your gastroenterologist for further considerations. Good luck. Read more...

What could cause pain in upper middle abdomen? CBC nml, cmp nml, lipase amylase, and abdominal u/s nml. Scared of cancer or lymphoma. 31 years old.

Need further testing. Ultrasound is not always a very reliable test for abdominal pain. It may not show problems such as an Ulcer of the stomach which can cause this type of belly pain. If your pain does not go away with simple measures, you need to ask your doctor to send you to a specialist(gastroenterologist) who may need to do EGD(Endoscopy) and or other tests to resolve this problem. Read more...
Many possibilities. You could have ulcer disease, acid reflux, hernia, gallbladder inflammation or stones, gastritis, or gastroenteritis, and so on. Is your pain acute or chronic, any triggers, etc? Lipase neg makes pancreatitis unlikely. US neg makes gall stones less likely. CMP nl means normal liver function and bilirubin. See your doctor or GI. Cancers usually not common in your age group. . Read more...

CBC, CMP, Lipase, amylase, and u/s nml- A1C boarder line- BMI-32, pain upper right abdomen, what else could this be? 31 yrs old. Scared to death..

Not to be scared. The right upper quadrant is often the site for gallbladder problems. Sometimes the gallbladder can cause problems without gallstones. You need to talk to your physician about seeing a guess urologist to help. Remember there are muscles ribs Cartlidge and other structures there along with the intestine All of which need to be evaluate. Read more...
Gallbladder. So the good news is that all your tests thus far are normal, aside from borderline A1c, which means pre-diabetes. Despite normal ultrasound (presumably of abdomen), your gallbladder might still be malfunctioning so you should ask for HIDA scan (http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/hida-scan/basics/definition/prc-20015028). I'm sure that's what your doc has in mind next. Read more...