Gurgling upper right abdo

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ive had an ultrasound which showed no gallstones. but after a few meals... not necessarily a fatty one. i get gurgling in my upper right quadrant.

ive had a hida scan which showed a small amount of bile acid malabsorption.

i was just wondering if anyone else has experienced anything like this and found the solution.

it just seems very gallbladdery to me.

i am also currently recovering from a laparoscopy that removed endometriosis so im not feeling great after that.

having sharp pains all down my side and back from what they think is a kidney problem.

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    yep mine did that...especially right before i had it removed. i didn't have stones either. it was swollen with thickened wall from chronic cholecystitis. it bothered me off and on for about three years.

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      i dont have anything like that.

      no stones, no sludge, no swelling, nothing.

      it just grumbles loads and feels really warm when it does grumble. i have a pain that feels like a stitch. and sore ribs.

      how has your removal recovery gone ?

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      my sonogram did not show the swelling or the thickened walls either. He told me that after he took it out.

      The surgery went well. i am glad i had it. no pain in my side since.

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      just a random question as i can't find anything online.

      did you ever feel like a warm sensation upper right?

      the gurgling has stopped but now it goes warm every so often.

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      i cant recall it ever feeling warm but it would feel swollen, like a bulge under my ribs. it could be inflamed though. that would make sense why its warm feeling

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