can you be born with out a gal baldder
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replied September 19th, 2009
There have been very rare reported cases of gallbladder "agenesis," or missing gallbladder, reported in the medical literature (although, in my 20-year surgical career, encompassing tens of thousands of patients, I have never personally seen such a case).

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replied October 4th, 2009
I was born w/out a gb, just confirmed this 3 days ago.
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