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I recently visited the doctor about my gallbladder. I had an ultrasound and HIDA Scan done and both test came back abnormal. I don't have gallstones but my gallbladder is only working at 14%. He suggested surgery. My questions is...Is that the right choice and will it affect any future pregnancies, since I've never had a child? Thanks
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The decision about whether or not you need an operation is a complex one, and you are best advised by the surgeon who has actually seen you. The presence or absence of a gallbladder should not affect your ability to have children. Dr H Jeffery\SOS Clinic Moscow
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