If you get pain to the touch, that's usually related to an inflamation. Your gall bladder shouldn't do that (being so small), but your liver certainly would.
Have you had an Ultrasound or MRI more recently? An inflamation of the liver can happen quite suddenly, depending on what is causing it and gentle to the touch and the location of the pain is remarkably similar to the pain you'd get if your liver was inflamed (I've had the same thing, so I know exactly what you mean).
I'd be asking the doc to have a feel of the area because they can pick up inflamation just from touch - and then get a referral for a proper scan to follow up.
Calcification is something I wouldn't be overly concerned with at this stage. I had a decent sized fatty deposit on mine that showed up on scans too and gave me a small heart attack (I thought it might have been cancer, you can imagine how THAT makes you feel!). Anything that's out of the ordinary is enough to send a cold shiver down the spine, but I was assured that's nothing to worry much over as long as I stuck with the diet.
See, for me it was fatty liver (non alcoholic) so I know right where you're coming from on the symptoms. Apart from the right rib aching, I also got digestive problems, headaches, almost constant nausea, sleeping problems, depression and dizzyness/chest pain to go on top (along with your stools and pee changing colour). Bloody scary, as you well know! I was in a similar buzz to you are now - knowing something didn't feel right but couldn't get a Doctor to pinpoint the problem. I posted a lot and browsed online a lot looking for answers, quickly to put my mind at ease (it's human nature) but at the end of the day no one could really advise me of anything until the Doctor could identify the problem.
I went through the series of tests too - endless blood tests, xrays, Ultrasounds, Endoscopy, 3 CT scans... you name it... so I know how you feel!
But the only thing I can recommend is that you keep on your doctor about this and ensure they go through the tests to be sure. Until they can identify the problem that's causing the symptoms directly, you need to keep at them and once you've got that first step out of the way, people can probably help you more on where to go from there.
There's quite a few diseases related to the liver and whilst some are definitely serious, some certainly are not. But human nature being what it is, we always think in worst case scenario terms. All I can say is remember that, and try and refocus on staying calm and relaxed. You're body is under stress when the liver is upset and getting worried just makes it that much harder. I had to go on Anti depressants to deal with my illness it got that bad, but the important thing is that you recognise and acknowledge to yourself how you feel and do something positive about it.
Your bloodwork at present might not indicate anything with the liver, but bloodwork alone cannot pinpoint problems. If you're having other symptoms, it's definitely worth getting an ultrasound to have a visual look at what's going on there, which should reveal a lot more.
Now the other benefit to getting an ultrasound done is that if it's NOT your liver, but actually your gall bladder (perhaps you have stones or sludge, a bilary tree blockage or what have you) having problems, then they'll be able to see that on the ultrasound too. Remembering that the liver and gall bladder are in the same region, it's easy for them to pick up both whilst doing the one scan.
Again, I know about this because I had my gall bladder removed 2 years ago when I contracted Gall bladder disease. A scan at that time revealed the gall bladder upset and just my luck, 2 years later my liver decided to have a fit as well.
Some people get all the luck I guess
But don't FRET! Whilst my story sounds a worry, I am actually doing quite well now with my ALTs dropping back to normal in the last month and I'm feeling a lot better of late. Your liver is a really resiliant organ and can bounce back from a lot of problems that go on with it if they're treated early.
Keep your chin up and go see your doctor again. Tell him all the symptoms you're having and if he's not willing to send you to get an ultrasound done, see another doctor who will!
Best of luck and hang in there!!!