i am having pain and swelling on my right side. it has been going on for over a week now. it is right where my gallbladder is located. i had an ultrasound done with no signs of problems. also a cat scan with no signs. now i am having a hida scan. i also have noticed some swelling in my hands and feet. i live in the middle of nowhere and only have a gp for a dr. don't get me wrong, i value his opinion, but i am starting to get worried. does this even sound like a gallbladder attack?
my right side underneath my breast about 3 inches it is swollen. the pain is constant and yes it radiates around to my back. no change in stool habits. they said my liver was a little dense and that some enzyme was a little high but after some fluids it went down. the ultrasound also said the pancreas was difficult to see. some gas but nothing out of the ordinary.
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