Gall bladder painI am having pain in the gallbladder area, that radiates to the side and the back. The ultra sound describes it as follows:
Bile ducts: No significant dilation. Common bile duct measures 3.5 mm.
Gallbladder: There is an echogenic mobile non-shadowing structure in the
gallbladder presumably representing a non-shadowing calculus versus
sludge ball. No shadowing calculi are noted. The gallbladder wall does
not appear thickened and no pericholecystic fluid is seen.
MPRESSION: Sludge ball versus non-shadowing calculus gallbladder.
A homeopath has suggesed Fel-tauri 6x. Any other suggestions? Thankks
[message edited by boncela on Fri, 20 Feb 2015 00:00:30 GMT]
boncela on 2015-02-19
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