I have been haveing upper rib discomfort for about 2 months now. The full slight pain had nerver really bothered me but recently I have become dizzy and I just feel like I am in a fog. I have been dyognosed with Hoshimoto and my thyroid is on it's way to hypo but I feel like I have all the symptoms of hyper. I have also been having what I think are night panics and heart feels like it is fluttering but my rate is always within normal and my blood pressure is on the lower side. The last few days for me have gotten pretty bad the URG seems to becoming more of a pain twinge and my dizzy or vertigo feeling is pretty contant. I have had a CT scan 2 Untrasounds which have all come back normal. I have yet to have the HIDA scan. I have pretty scared lately and am not sure what to do. We have a family vacation coming up and I have 4 small kids and this is really affecting my daily routine. Any advice would be great. I am worried about having my gallbladder out because of the success rate with low ejection does not look as good.
Thanks in advance.
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