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I have all the symptoms of gall bladder problems but my CBC came back normal. I am having an ultrasound in the morning. Is it possible to still have a gall bladder problem that doesn't show up in blood work?
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replied February 6th, 2010
A CBC will not diagnose gallstones or gallbladder dysfunction. An ultrasound is the appropriate test to assess for gallstones.

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replied March 12th, 2010
I have been doing some research and have come up with connections between vitamin d, gallbladder, melatonin and calcium. Some of the connections between calcium and the gallbladder are: Limy bile, porcelain gallbladder, UV exposure and incidence of gallstones and mixed-type gallstones. It is my belief that the gallbladder plays a very important role in the body to do with calcium metabolism/buffering/regulation.
Try a magnesium only supplement and start at low doses. It should take several days if it's going to work for you.
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