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gallbladder problem - high ejection fraction ?

has anyone heard of a condition where you can have a gallbladder problem where your ejection fraction is too high. Mine was 87% in 2003. I just got ahold of the test results, I have had problems off and on. They have gotten worse lately. All test negative, ultrsound, blood,ect. endo, you all know the drill. I basically gave up until recently when it started worse again and I am sick of being sick. Should I get another Hida scan? HELP??I have lost 9 pounds in 3 weeks, I can't eat everything makes me want to puke.
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replied January 29th, 2010
My doctor recently told me that higher ejection rates are starting to get attention in the medical community as not being necessarily "normal", she found several case studies when researching a previous patient's symptoms. The previous patient had a 93% ejection rate and the classic gallbladder symptoms, all other tests normal, removing the gallbladder cured her symptoms. My results were 88% ejection rate and I'm miserable and frustrated by being told my test results are "normal". I'm getting an endoscopy on Monday and assuming that doesn't show anything that explains this pain will schedule surgery. Good luck.
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replied January 5th, 2016
Im frustrated also a trip to er. Ct and ultrasound negative er dr says its gallbladder symptoms sent to specialist for hida scan camr back 88% white blood count 12 and im in so much pain i just stay in bed...i dont know what to do
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replied March 12th, 2010
I have and ejection fraction of 97% but still suffer bouts of gallbladder pain. I suffered acute vitamin d poisoning and was gravely ill.
I have been doing some research and have come up with connections between vitamin d, gallbladder, melatonin and calcium. Some of the topics I've read involving 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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