I have had a CT scan and they found a lump about 1 inch in diameter in the gallbladder. They said it might be a gallstone, but they are not sure. I asked what it might be if it wasn't a gallstone and the consultant said he didn't know. They have scheduled me for an ultrasound to see if it is a gallstone. The waiting list for this is four months. Why can they not tell if it is a stone or not and if not, what could it be. I have pain in the upper left abdomen which radiates to the back. The consultant said that even though the gallbladder is on the right, the body sometimes refers pain elsewhere. I feel very sick and nauseous all the time and the pain in my tummy is a constant ache. I am on morphine for back pain, so the pain is quite well controlled. Has anybody had these symptoms or been told they are not sure if it is a gallstone or not and what was their diagnosis? Many thanks for any repliesReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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