| | 90% Ejection Fraction with symptoms but normal?
Hello, I am new to this board. I'm 46 years old. I am physically fit, eat very healthy and have no health issues other than I have had debilitating nausea/queasiness off and on for about 7 years. At first it seemed as though it was cyclic, however it then presented itself at other times as well. It has in the last few years gotten worse. In May I was sick for 19 days straight. When I'm sick, I feel like I've been poisoned. It's like the worse case of morning sickness in the world however I don't vomit. I am starting to have pain in my URQ area that radiates towards my back. I also am starting to notice that I have shortness of breath after I eat as well as pain. I have had so many tests and everything comes back normal, however I recently had a hyda scan and it showed that my ejection fraction was 90%. I saw my GI doctor and he said that high ejection fractions are rare but normal however with my long history of symptoms he referred me to a surgeon whom I saw today and he said that 90% was normal also. He said that they only consider gallbladder issues if it's below 35%. I am so frustrated! Has anyone else had a high ejection fraction with symptoms and if so what if anything did you do? I would love to find a GI doctor that believed this could be a problematic gallbladder issue and take it this thing out!
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