Dec 18, 2013 - 12:11 pm
I have been diagnosed with (first called a "polyp"), now called a "tumor" in my gallbladder. I am set for removal of GB Jan. 7th. I am not trying to be pesimistic, rather just being prepared in case the biopsy comes back as cancerous.
I know it is rare (which is good). However I do have many of the risk factors such as : over 50, diabetes, female, etc...
Can anyone tell me of their symptoms prior to diagnosis?
I have had some odd symptoms such as tail bone pain, pelvic pain, fevers, and recurrent kidney infections, and nausea.
I have no typical gallbladder symptoms such as history of gallstones, vomiting, abdominal pain or nausea.
When did the doctor tell you it was cancer? In recovery or later?
God Bless all of you.
I am a little afraid and could use any help.