I had an ultra-sound - no stones nor the gallbladder showed up , they even had 2 techs check - still nothing.
I also had the Hida scan - Nothing - no Stones nor Gallbladder showed up, they had 4 radidologist check and not one could find the gallbladder.
They did say that surgery is still most likely to remove it.
Other than a few bouts of nausea /vomiting and what to me feels like a pulled muscle -or the pain of what one feels like being pulled, that's all I've felt. Since cutting fried / spice / red meat out of my diet in the past few days , I haven't had any more issues.
The tech thinks what happened is - the pain i felt was probably when it quit working totally. It just simply deflated and never reflated with meals.
Anyone else have a Ultra-sound / Hida scan that turned out like mine?
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