Ultrasound results

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Hi all finally had an ultrasound today as got a cancellation. She told me that the tube (can't remember name)was thickened and that I may have passed a stone but because I'm still in pain there is probably one stuck. She says I need to go back to go to discuss further tests. Any idea anyone??

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    I was also told she couldn't see any stones. Is this common? Thanks
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    Hi. Had a stone stuck in my bile. They do a camera down you throat to check and remove it. There is nothing to it so don't worry at all. But if it is a stone they probably do a gallbladder removal at a later date cause prob happen again. I had mine removed 4 weeks today x hope all goes ok for you.
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      Yep I was told no stones but bile was dilated. But when did camera down my throat said gallbladder had many stones.
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      I had my gallbladder removed in April due to stones.

      Better than I was but still struggling so went back to GP who said it was unlikely but she thought there might be a stone stuck so sent me for a test with camera down my throat.

      When I went for the test I mentioned this to endoscopist and he said this test would not show if a stone was stuck!! What the test did show was that I have a Hiatus Hernia but apparently that is quite common and nothing to worrry about. So we go on.

      Sarah

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      I don't understand that SARAH because they had to do that to confirm n remove my stone that was stuck.
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    You are very lucky to get result of ultrasound the same day. I had to wait a week for mine.

    Good ;luck when you go back for tests.

    Happy New Year

    Take care and keep in touch

    Sarah

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