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Start of November I had 10 days of vomiting which the GPs put down to a 'bug' though I wasn't convinced. Since then I've had acid reflux and hiccups.
An ultrasound has now revealed that my 'gallbladder is wrapped around a 2cm gallstone'.
Apparently the reflux can be a sign of gallbladder problems and hiccups can result from acid reflux!Also the terrible skin itching and stinging which I thought was a reaction to a PPI is likely to be due to the gallbladder. Also lots of other things make sense now.
It looks like surgery will be offered (is 2cm large for a gallstone?) but like most people I'm dreading the thought.
Has anyone had the soundwave treatment or is that just for minor stones?
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