For a little history~
Have been having very mild discomfort, mostly back, occasionally back to chest, and a pressure-feeling during deep breaths, mainly when lying down with my head elevated, but can happen at any time. Occastional pains in the right shoulderblade area (mainly on left). Went to dr., blood work apparently normal. Ultrasound showed no gall stones (don't know any other details on it yet). Had the HIDA scan (thank goodness for insurance!) which was the most boring three hours of my life. HIDA scan showed my gallbladder works at 15% instead of the normal 30-35% range.
I need advice, since the GP's auto response was "do you want me to schedule a surgical consult for you?". I'm not sure I want or need surgery, at least yet. The pain is mild still, nothing like what some people describe. I have been having weird 'weak spells' or 'disorientation spells' too, but I'm not sure if that's related.
I want to try and give my gallbladder a chance to get happy again without surgery.
I don't have stones, but nearly everything I can find is only about what to eat or don't eat for stones.
Anyone have any advice on routes for me to take with this, and ideas of what foods to avoid?