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... Hey folks. I'm not sure this is the right board and I've posted this before in the gallbladder board but I'm branching. ... (2 replies)
... Her gallbladder was removed at 9pm and the next day she came home. ... (13 replies)
... Heather, Bilirubin is a test for the break down of red blood cells (hemaglobin) that happens in your liver and is passed on to your gallbladder-- and if your GB bile duct gets stopped up then it goes to your blood and gives you get janudice. If your bilirubin is going down that means your gallbladder is working now along w/ your liver function. I still think an ERCP... (8 replies)

... yet I am sick most of the time. The total bilirubin is the first clue to the possibility of gallbladder issues so I have not yet had a HIDA scan. ... (21 replies)
... Just a little update on this, so the information hopefully could be useful for others in the future. Turns out the white spots are bowel gases. But because of the gas the common bile duct and pancreas, IVC (?) were obscured in the ultrasound. The ultrasound's impressions were: 1. no gallstones, 2. extensive bowel gas. So the symptoms still persists and my PCP is... (15 replies)
... inches right of the navel will hurt if pressure is applied. She said that's the gallbladder and ordered an ultrasound for me. ... (15 replies)
... lipase usually get really high if your pancreas becomes inflamed. However, the levels can return to normal and the problem can still exist. Blood work for the gallbladder usually includes testing your liver enzymes. ... (6 replies)
... ducts and gallbladder ,no stones. ... (3 replies)
... Curiously, do either of you have a foul rotten egg belch when suffering from an onset of gastroparesis (or suspected gastroparesis)? (3 replies)
... sometimes i wonder about my gallbladder being the problem. ... (6 replies)
... emergency room revealed a normal appendix, ovaries, pancreas, and gall bladder via CT scan, but mild periportal inflammation below my liver. An ultrasound of my gallbladder was normal, no stones visible. My WBC count was normal, liver enzymes normal, but lipase and bilirubin were both mildly elevated. ... (0 replies)
... I talked again today with the surgeons nurse and she assures me that the bilirubin is the only elevated test. ... (5 replies)
... st, but I never made it. My body couldn't wait and I had my GB removed on May 20th due to the high liver functions and bilirubin. But if you have lived through a gallbladder attack, then you will be fine should the CCK illicit an attack. I was afraid of that too, but I was planning on going through with it. Good luck... ... (10 replies)
... My doctor did not mention gallbladder issues. I googled elevated total bilirubin after seeing my blood work results and considered that I should mention it to my doctor but since I didn't have any other clinical signs I didn't. ... (5 replies)
... I have gastroparesis, and it makes you digest your food too slow. When it sits in your stomach that long, it can contribute to acid reflux (heartburn, etc). I get indigestion and belching from my bowels. Have you thought about seeing a gastroenterologist? Bilirubin, I guess depending on how high, could mean blockage of your bile ducts, or liver disease. Get a test done... (3 replies)
... I would suggest you get tested for Celiac (gluten intolerance). Being Celiac would account for most if not all of your symptoms. Go online to ENTEROLAB. I discovered my son had celiac disease by doing the gene test through stool (the biopsy and blood test both came back negative), however the stool test was positive. My son has suffered for too many years and seen dozens... (1 replies)
... value of 32, a total bilirubin of 1. ... (1 replies)
... A HIDA scan test the function of your gallbladder and where the bile that is produced by the liver goes and don't go. ... (7 replies)
... Beppie, I think it is always better to be safe and use Good Doctors. Sometimes hard to find!! A CT scan is a spiral scan using radiation and the normal scan is 5 to 7millimeters and that produces limitations that misses some things and particularly for measuring duct sizes, arorta sizes, small stones as well as small masses. Ultrasound is better in that area and is... (6 replies)
... He says that it is my indirect bilirubin that is high not the direct. ... (8 replies)


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