levels may slightly vary from lab to lab, 205 is definitely high for blood amylase and requires medical attention.
With regard to her uterine fibroid
, if she does not have bleedings and if your sexual life is within the usual/normal range, there should be no problem with it. All you need is to keep the fibroid under control. If the fibroid reaches certain dimensions, it may require surgical removal. Mirena is a good option for somebody has heavy menstrual or any other uterine bleeding
. There is, however, a little contradiction here: MIREINA IS CONTRAINDICATED IF THE PATIENT HAS A FIBROID THAT DEFORMS THE SHAPE OF THE UTERUS. But this is something I cannot comment on (your wife's ultrasound
report does not say anything about the shape of the uterus).
As to the gallbladder
, it should definitely be removed if there is a polyp in it. Polyp is considered a benign lesion that has a strong malignant potential. So, the faster you remove the gall-bladder, the better it is.
Hope this helps.