cysts on my liver

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Hi I got rushed into hospital with pain in my right side thought it was gallstones pain eased so got sent home two weeks later had a scan the poor lady had a right job finding my gallbladder as I have cysts all over my liver some are as big as 10cm so she sent scan pics to surgeon at hospital not heard back rang doctors 2 weeks later still no results so after 3 weeks and a lot of worry doctor rang sending me for a mri scan

p's I have got gallstones as well

do u think this is why I feel so unwell or is it just worry


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    Hi all thank you for your kind replys I am such a born worrier and do use dr Google which I know is wrong this pain is not constant it comes and goes sometimes don't get it for days then it's there again then goes? Also with heartburn and belching a lot! I drink at weekends not through week! I only had a baby 6 months ago so didn't even drink alcohol for almost 9 months I keep trying to reassure myself that if my full blood count and my liver function all normal this must be a good sign? I've had liver function tests for 12 years every single year and all normal, but when you google it does come up saying liver ?? So this is were I get the pain and in the bottom of my right rib cage, xxxxx
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    try not to worry. I had my gallbladder removed 2014 after being admitted a few times in terrible pain, upper right quadrantalso have a liver problem, awaiting biopsy but with that i get a constant pain every day and my liver function tests have been chronically elevated since December.

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    I have polycystic kidney and liver disease, and the pain is horrible. I don't know if that is the cause of your pain, but it is very likely. The mri will hopefully reveal more. With polycystic liver disease, your liver can become enlarged, and this can cause all kinds of other problems.

    I wish you the very best. Keep us posted as you progress on your journey.

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