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Having abdominal pain. Ultrasound done. Suggest ropraz-d sr. Not getting cured. How to get relief?

Hi Doctor, I having abdominal pain on right side. So I have underwent ultrasound scan. Report as follows - Hepatomegaly - multiple echogenic lesions in non dependant wall of gallbladder -polyps/ adherent calculi and rest reported as normal. and suggested to have medicine the Ropraz D SR After that I facing this pain almost daily. Seems to be not cured. Kindly help/ advie Regards, Preetham 0000-0000 YYYY@YYYY Bangalore
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Hello Lawrence.

Thanks for posting your query.
I think you may be suffering from gall bladder calculi.
However your ultrasound findings were not conclusive, even though it showed some echogenic lesions.

I would suggest you undergo repeat ultrasound abdomen, after fasting for 4-6 hrs.
If gallstones are detected, you need to undergo laparoscopic cholecystectomy.

Hope this helps. Do ask if you have more questions.
Dr. Rajat Gupta
Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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