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I have been diagnosed with barretts esophagus with no dyspepsia. Done 3 times endoscopy with diagnosis as Gastritis in the span of 10 years. Ultra sound no gallstones. colonoscopy no issues. Hida scan shows my gall bladder ejection fraction is 0%.
The very first symptoms are acid reflux whenever i eat fatty/oily foods during my first 5 years. then slowly extreme fatigue started even with less oil /fatty food and started getting pain on the right side of the rib.
current symptoms :-
these symptoms varies each time. I feel bloated every other day!
1) Bloated stomach some time on left side around rib area.
2) Bloated stomach some time on right side around rib area and some dull pain.
3) entire stomach is bloated.
frequent burping occurs instantly after having food.
My general physician says only after removing the gallbladder we will come to know if its is gastritis or gb causing the issue, but gastro says it may not be due to gallbladder. so far gastritis is not resolved at the same time having non working gallbladder with 0% ejection fraction, not sure which path to follow. There
How does removing the non working gall bladder help with bloating and digestion issues as it is anyway not working at all and the bile is already flowing in the another bile duct to intestine? i haven't got concrete answers with any of the doctors so far. I understand it may help to relieve the pain , but my pain is not severe enough. Please share your experiences.
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