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    Diagnosed with Biliary Dyskinesia
    valentina123 posted:
    So I was told my gallbladder is only working at 4% so what would happen if nothing was done about it? Would it have eventually ruptured? My Dr. wanted to do an ultrasound and cat scan again but I said no I've already had that done and it says everything is normal yet I still have the pain. So that's when he said lets do the Hida scan. But if I hadn't refused the other tests where would I be then?
    alvarado10 responded:
    I had my hida scan today and was told anything under %35 should be considered removed. If you decide not to remove your gallbladder, then you may continue feeling pain.

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