Re: 11% hida scan but not typical symptoms
When I had my gallbladder out, my pain actually started on the left side. I believe it was going bad for years because I always had "stomach" issues, but one night it got out of control. I went to the E.R. where they gave me a G.I. cocktail and sent me home, telling me to follow up with my GP, and that I probably had an ulcer. I was back a few hours later when the cocktail wore off. This time I called my doctor first, he wanted me admitted. A couple of days later, I had had an ultrasound, scope, HIDA scan, etc. The scope and the ultrasound were normal, but the HIDA scan came back low, like yours, I think 13%, though. When I had it out, I felt much better. It's a longer recovery than they say, and you really have to watch what you eat until your body adjusts, but, for me, at least, it had to be done. I definitely think you should get that second opinion if you're having concerns. A second opinion never hurts.
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