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Gallstone

Also called: Cholecystolithiasis

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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this. It sounds painful!It probably would be a good idea to follow up with either the surgeon who...
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Stress is not a direct cause for gallstones, but certainly a person with stress can also have gallstones.
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Pain typically radiates in between shoulder blades. Where is the initial pain?
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Yes, I am being treated for them now. That is the way they started for me several years ago.
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It is unlikely gallstones are the cause of these symptoms. These symptoms are more typically signs of a bladder infection.
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No, gallstones and urinary problems are not medically-related. A person can have both, you know.....
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No. There are no gallbladder - penis/brain connections.
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No. Different organ. Different location in the abdomen.
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His diet shouldn't change from what he has been doing to manage his blood sugar, which usually includes carbohydrate counting. As for the...
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No, there are no blood tests used to diagnose gallstones.&nbsp;Gallstones are typically diagnosed by ultrasound or an x-ray gall bladder series.
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Blood tests on the pancreas and liver can come back normal and there could still be gallbladder trouble.  The blood tests just show that the...
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The "best treatment"? Get your gall bladder and those stones surgical removed by a laparoscopic procedure before they cause you any major...
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**THIS ARE ADDITIONAL DETAILS TO MY QUESTION, I HAD NO MORE SPACE** That day after the MRI when i went home, i went to urinate and lots of small...
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The normal gallbladder ejection fraction ranges from 35% to 75%. If you're having pain that suggests gallstones but no stones are present, this...
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