Thank you for the query.
You have the right to insist that this is gallbladder
only if you do suffer from symptoms like: upper right abdomen pain radiating to the back, nausea and vomiting
, pain after a meal especially when it is fatty or spicy food. Otherwise, there is no reason for gallbladder removing.
Looking into the tests you have had performed, I cannot see colonoscopy
and abdominal CT. Weight lost and bloating can be a symptom of colon cancer
. Colonoscopy is very important in ruling it out.
Abdominal CT with oral contras is another test which should be done to visualize pancreas. Regular ultrasound
wont tell anything about its condition.
You should also have some blood tests: amylase, lipase, urine amylase, CEA, CA 19.9, CA-125. Stool tests should be also performed.
Only if really all other reasons of your pain will be ruled out and you do suffer from symptoms located in the upper right abdomen, you may ask a surgeon for laparoscopic gallbladder removal.
Hope this will help.