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    I do not recall exhaustion.  But pain and nausea that occurred...humm....when I ate.   Even traveled without eating all day.  I was like my Dad just consuming liquids or not eating.     I also recall being afraid to eat my first meal post surgery.  But I ate and had no pain.  
    Wow... This is so good to know. Thank you so much for this information. I'm sorry you had to go through that. I'll DEFINITELY bring it up again and say I'm very concerned about my gallbladder and a HIDA scan is necessary.  Can I ask what your symptoms were CyclingLady? Did they involve pain, nausea and exhaustion? 
    They do a contrast with the HIDA scan.  Then they inject a hormone that causes the gallbladder to squeeze and empty.  This is called the refractory rate.  If your gallbladder is not emptying, you are going to suffer, you need that bile to digest any fats.  Eventually the gallbladder stops functioning and it can rot ( infection).   That is what happened to me.  Emergency surgery while on a business...

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