Right Calf pain sometimes thigh?

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Getting gallbladder out soon hida scan showed 9% meeting surgeon April 25th for consultation but noticed last few days my right calf gets tight and sometimes my right thigh could this be because of gallbladder or another issue I may be having. Thanks. Not sure if this associated with gallbladder.

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    I have noticed strange things with my body since my gb has been acting up. I get pain down my left leg and weird circulation issues.  I also feel lightheaded on the right side of my head.  I definitely feel there is a correlation since I never had these issues until my gb started hurting constantly.
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      I agree 100% seems like Ive been noticing all kind of these little pains and nueamcnses since I've discovered it's my gallbladder I guess I'll wait till I get it taken out here in a few weeks and swe what pain goes and what pain stays and go from there

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      Agreed.  I meet with a surgeon on Monday.  I'm just ready for these symptoms to go.  Hope yours goes well!

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    First, I will mention that I live in the USA...and found that even pain between

    the shoulder blades is a symptom of gall bladder.  The blood disorder that I also

    have is Pv and causes blood clots in the legs...this is not assoc. with gall bladder

    but a complication for clots during surgery.  I wish you health and I would ask your

    doctor about the leg problems.  Do you wear support hose???

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