Re: Stone..nausea and fullness but no pain??
They probably are saying that because stones can present problems later even if there is no pain now. Stones can move and get lodged in the common bile duct, causing bile to build up in the gallbladder and that can bring on an acute attack, which is INCREDIBLY painful. Other problems can happen because of that too, like pancreatitis and liver issues.
And usually once the gallbladder produces stones, things tend to go downhill instead of getting better. In my own opinion, the nausea alone would be enough of a reason once stones were found and provided an explanation for the nausea to go ahead and have it removed.
I hope this helps, and I hope you start to feel better.