I have a very distressing problem with my gallbladder. About 5 years ago, I started to feel very nauseated when ever I ate anything, and actually vomited a few times. I went to a specialist and I wound up having a specific gallbladder test done (Where they measure how much bile is being secreted, I can't remember what it's called) and found out that my gall bladder is only secreting 10% of the amount of bile that it should. The specialist said very quickly "It should come out." My mom disagreed so I just watched my diet and have delt with it for five years. My question is what is the risk of having a gall bladder that only secrets a small amount of the bile that it should- could it kill me? Will I suffer an attack? Will I develop stones? May I already have stones? (Keep in mind I am not overweight, I am 100 lbs on the dot). I still get very nauseous, very frequently, though I stick to a good diet. Also, should I just opt for surgery since he didn't detect stones? Is a gall bladder that only secrets 10% bad enough that I should risk surgery complications to have it out? Also, I am getting married and want to have children soon. Will my gall bladder get worse if I get pregnant? Should I avoid getting pregnant? Help, this has tortured me for 5 years!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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