Symptoms of gallbladder
polyps are usually very mild or nonexistent. The main symptom is usually pain and tenderness in the upper right abdomen. The pain can be steady or intermittent. If the pain is severe, it is usually caused by gallstones, not polyps.
If there is no other problem with the gallbladder other than the polyps, no treatment will probably be performed unless the polyps are extremely numerous or over 1 cm in size, which could indicate cancer. In that instance, the gallbladder will most likely be surgically removed.
Theoretically, if the polyps were large and/or located near the opening of the gallbladder, they could interfere with the normal drainage
of bile out of the gallbladder and cause symptoms similar to those potentially caused by gall stones
If all other possible causes of your symptoms of pain are ruled out, then it is worth reconsidering the gallbladder polyps as a cause of your pain.