I am 23 and have been diagnosed with gallbladder disease (chronic inflammation of the gallbladder) with no stones after an ultra sound.
I have had on and of symptoms for a bit over a year now, last year I had the vomiting, nausea, lost of weight, abdominal pain, chills and fever. I got an ultra sound and my doc then just said it was a small inflammation no need to worry.
I got better for a well then got worst again that summer and didn't have health insurance do I started going to an eastern/ Chinese medicine doc whole made me feel 100% better but it got to expense and i figured since i feel better I stopped going to the sessions.
that was a year ago, recently I started getting pains again nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and abdominal pain again, especially in my menstrual cycle. Now that I have insurance I went to a doctor and got an ultrasound she said I have a chronic inflammation of the gallbladder but no damage to the other organs and no stones. She found it weird that some one my age who doesn't eat fatty foods would get that so she thought it was genetic but no one in my family suffered from it . Any who, she placed me on a strict diet were I cannot eat anything fried, fatty and no dairy foods, some vegetable such as broccoli and beans, from the cabbage family, no meats only turkey with no fat and a lot of water. She didn't want to tell me about surgery just yet she wants to see how my body functions with this new way of eating I have to go back in 3 weeks.
My concern in I have been going through this for a long time and being someone who does not eat fast foods or fatty foods I guess I wonder how this all came to be and also is there anything else that can help the healing process.
Another thing I don't have sex but I do get the urge to like most but since all this started over a year ago I lost my urge, is that normal I am only 23. Also recently I did start getting a discharge of a brown goo but it doesn't smell bad and its not all the time. Could that be cause by all the symptoms I have been having?