Ryan and others with suspected gall bladder troubles......... I'm still here feeling sick most of the time. This has been going on for a year, but I'm hopeful that I'm almost to a solution. My doctor has been treating me for GERD for 6 months, which was proven that I had with a Bravo pH test back in Dec. I never did have any burning, just nausea most all of the time. I've taken Zegerid twice a day for 6 months and I feel about 10% better. Since Feb., I've been having more and more discomfort in my URQ - no "roll on the floor attacks", just pressure, sharp stabbing short lived pains, burning that occasionally wraps itself around my front and under my arm. Most of this happens a couple of hours after I eat dinner a few times /week. But sometimes I get the pressure and pains at random times. I have had 2 HIDA scans since April - both came back in the normal range , but I got all the symptoms reproduced after the 2nd injection both times. My doctor finally agreed that if it isn't GERD causing all my discomfort (and I really feel lousy!) that it must be my gall bladder. He wants me to have one more Bravo pH test to confirm that the Zegerid is controlling the reflux. If it is, he said he'll write me a convincing letter on how he has ruled out everything else and why he thinks it's my gall bladder to take to the surgeon. I already made an appt. with the surgeon for 7/26. But, I'm happy to do the 48 hour pH test starting tomorrow. I am a teacher and have the summer off so I'd really like to get this resolved before Sept. I have gotton a lot of comfort and energy from these forums to pursue a solution and not give up. On another gall bladder forum, there are 10 pages of posts from people with normal ultrasound and HIDA scans who had all the symptoms, got their gbladders out and feel fine now. My own GI even told me about one of his recent patients that this happened to. Good luck and don't give up. I want my life back. I am otherwise healthy, am a 51 year old female, not overweight, no gall bladder history in my family, who has a lot of life to live yet. Good luck!