Constant discomfort

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anyone had or have constant stomach upper discomfort and then a dull ache or stabbing feeling in upper right quadrant most of the time , aswell as nausea, with low functioning gallbladder ? i just geneally feel rubbish and wondering if the gallbladder can cause the constant discomfort ?

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    Sounds like my first time, stabbing pain;; unbearable,i was rushed in to hospital, gall bladder removed,told it was in a bad state even tho ive all ways eaten healthy, keep on with your surgery,if your not happy, get some tests done, ultra sound first one for me, shows up most things, all beast,

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    i have th e pain and bloating right under my sternum.I don't get alot under the right ribcage. but it i lay a certain way i feel it. i get bad upper chest pains that radiate to the shoulders and in between shoulderblades.i am VERY limited to what i can eat lost 15 lbs so far but i feel just miserable.everyday something new.my hida came back at 11%.seeing the surgeon next week. im exhausted and sick of this so she better push me thru and get this thing out! it also gives me anxiety.are u having yours out?

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      i went to surgeon today and i am on waiting list to have it out , he said its 50/50 wether its works as i dont have stones etc just hida scan at 32% the waiting list is 4 months.

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      4 months! where is this at? you are right on the borderline of the hida. i don't have stones either but at 11% its non functioning .my gp said she will get me in fast. good luck. and i hope he gets you in alot quicker.

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      just because it doesn't have stones does not mean its not a bad gallbladder.stones will eventually come in time.4 months is unexceptable to wait.i would get a second opinion.damn doctors!

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