I have been nauseaus for 1-2 years. Pain in my right side of mid back and sometimes in front. I sleep a lot - very tired. My gallbladder ejection fraction is 34%. My doctor says I should go on an antidepressant because all tests come back fine and I am fatigued. Is the gallbladder ejection fraction low? He says it is not, but what I read says it is. Thanks.
Hi guys: I just read your posts and I am baffled! My daughter is 24 and we have been going through hell for 10 days. She has the same symptons as jojojo647. Fatigue, nausea, and she actually belches, and gags after eating too........and her ejection fraction is ZERO........and the docs say they are not convinced it is her gall bladder. We are so confused at this point. We have another appt with a Gastro specialist on Tuesday but in the meantime she is too tired and nauseas to work and is getting so frustrated!
im having many if the same symptoms o and on for 18 years, they thought it was my gallbaldder and i had it checked it was ready to burst my doc said so it was removed ive still had the problems now some 13 years later and have all day today. radiating pain all around my midsetion front to back like if i had a belt tied around me at my xippohoid process, and it starbursts sometimes there and throughout my back, its making me nauseous and the pain sometimes radiates in the tissues deep to the breasts and shoulders as well. ideas? im hurting and no insurance.
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