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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 16, 2007
  • 09:18 PM

Hi, I recently had a HIDA scan done and the doctor said that it showed I had no gallstones and chronic cholecystitis and biliary dyskinesia. They said that I needed to have my gallbladder removed and I am doing that on Thursday. I have tried to look up information about what biliary dyskinesia is online and am finding a lot of different things. Can anyone explain what it is in terms that I can actually understand? Will the ducts or muscles stop spasming after the surgery or will I need to get further treatment done? Can it lead to anything worse? Does it eventually go away or will it be something I'll live with every time I eat for the rest of my life? Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks ahead of time!

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  • ;) Hello There; i see from your post that you are looking for answers. I looked up your condition & this is what i found; http://www.righthealth.com . Now i'm no expert by any means, just thought this might help. As Always, In His Service.:)
    hogndog 426 Replies
    • January 16, 2007
    • 10:35 PM
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  • :o OOP's; Im back & i do believe that if you were just to enter; www.righthealth.com it may give you more options. Just write that info in your address bar; so sorry.:)
    hogndog 426 Replies
    • January 16, 2007
    • 10:42 PM
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