Gallbladder issues?

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have been on this board before for suspected gallstones. None were found by catscan. Lately though things much worse. Constant nausea, no appetite, and today the worst episode . Not severe pain just uncomfortable around the bra area and right upper back pain. Not  awful but the nausea has not eased. This has been going on for six weeks. Today was the worst. Have felt awful since this all started. Can anyone relate to this. I am at the end of my tether. Thank you. 

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    Yes, I had all these symptoms, had gallbladder out, still have nausea, no appetite, back pain, and discomfort around bra area, and under ribs, mainly left rib area. 
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    I've had similar for 6 months but have gallstones - I'd say an ultrasound scan is better than CT as mine were only seen on the us scan not the CT. But they can be difficult to see in some cases. Otherwise gb can dysfunction for other reasons and similar symptoms either case. I'm due to have mine out soon but the stories of the horrible after effects many ppl get is off putting to say the least and removal does not fix everything for everyone - the surgeon says it is a process of elimination if nothing else will accoubt for the symptoms and most boxes ticked. I rarely get any right side attacks, more chronic middle to left. It is awful and things can drag on, if I'd known last year I would still have this now, I'd have struggled to have coped. Good luck x

     

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