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I was diagnosed with gallstones last April via ultrasound, but I just had a CT scan done of the abdomen a few days ago, and it said
"CT does not show the gallstones of prior ultrasound."
Where did they go?? Why didn't they show up on the CT scan, but did last year on the ultrasound? I just posted a recent forum on here asking about gallbladder/gallstone removal, and chronic nausea.
Anyone else had this happen with a CT Scan?
I also have an enlarged liver of 19cm, which was only 18.8 cm last April when I had the ultrasound. Could the liver be causing my chronic nausea rather than the gallstones??
I still get pain after I eat or move around after I eat, or if I eat a fatty meal, so I'm assuming my gallstones are still present. I just wonder why
they would not show up on my CT scan.
I'm only a 21 year old female, obese but exercise quite frequently, non-smoker, non-drinker.
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