Hives with failing gallbladder

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Im been having gallbladder issues for about year. Lots of upper quad pain shoulderblade pain, meausea, vomiting. Had CAT scan, no stones, had ultrasound, tomorrow having Hida scan. Lastnight I staryedbreaking out in hives around upper thighs, butt cheeks, hips, and random ones on arms back and chest. Anyone ever have these weird symptoms??

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    Long story but I had gallstones but didn't know it. After months of dealing with it I randomly formed food allergies out of nowhere. Some foods give me hives. AND I am certain there is some sort of connection between I gallbladder problems and the allargies.

    If I was you I would request a basic food allergy panel. I would be very interested in hearing about results!

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    It would not surprise me when you consider the range of issues the Gall Bladder affect different people with, just by reading the posts made on this site.  I considered Allergies when I took Anti Histamines which stopped some of the symptoms but only occasionally, it was then I took a Allergy test for Milk!  This came back as negative so I disregarded it as an allergy but I used to get a red rash on my finger and only in one spot, not what I would associate with Hives but who knows what the body will do?
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    Generally im not allergic to any food, since my gallbladder not working and formed stones, I get allergies red rashes to my fingers after having chicken.I also getting blisters in face.
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