|01-12-2007, 07:30 AM||#28|
Me read the Navigator? I don't think so
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Did they rule out gallbladder?????I might have to go back and do reading from the beginning...but if you do not eat and you feel better, I am wondering out loud here.. Also, it might have something to do with digestion and processing of food, which really should be looked into.
OK, going back to read and will come back here and finish posting. When I was having gallbladder symptoms.. the pain was strange, it would start in my chest and move around to my back and throb..
They did an ultrasound and saw that I had gallstones and a lodged gallstone in the bile duct can be very painful....have they done an ultrasound of that area?
Now I have since found out that I had my gallbladder out for what in fact was reflux as I still have that same pain. But I have to believe they did indeed see gallstones and just did not go in there willynilly and take out my gallbladder for nothing.. this is at least 10 years. I still have reflux and still have that pain, middle of the chest..
I am glad that they are repeating the CT scan, but is there a scan that is stronger and more apt to pick up what a ct scan might miss.. I know people in the PC area prefer to use the pet scan as they say the ct scan is not always conclusive..
Please keep us in the loop and hope that you have a day without pain today.. hugs
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