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My HIDA test reveal a 14% ejection rate. All my troubles started with some Augmenting antibiotic my MD prescribed for an ear infection. I was in so much pain I was given Vicodin for it. After all the tests including the upper endoscopy that reveal a Hiatus hernia, a sonogram of my gallbladder that reveal nothing and the HIDA test that reveal low function, I am left with the decission weather to remove or not to remove the Gallbladder. I never ate fatty foods nor am I considered to be overweight. So am not sure what would be the best course of action for me. At this point i think I will consult with a nutritionist and see if a more drastic diet intake would be enough to avert Gallbladder surgery. Just wanted to share...


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