I had my gallbladder removed in April of 2015, I am still having severe pain?

I am a 46 year old female. I had my gallbladder removed in April of 2015. The doctor said it was not working. I am still having severe pain, that I have to go to the ER. What is going on? Is there a medical term used for this type of condition? I had the scope done in February, and nothing showed up but two polyps and both were benign. I am really getting scared because nothing has been found. The last visit to the ER, they did blood work. Would the blood work have shown if I have cancer or not, or is there a certain test they have to do to check for cancer? Also my blood pressure was up and my heart rate was 138. Please help!

Question: Had gallbladder surgery – Feel I still have it – Surgeon says encountered problems…

Had gallbladder removed 4 years ago. All tests prior to surgery showed nothing but final diagnosis was Chronic Cholecystitis.
It was adhesed to intestines and duodenum.
After surgery I seemed to do ok for a while but then the nagging rib and mid back pain started up again. Felt like I still had gallbladder.
Finally this year I got the surgeons report from surgery and noted an introperative cholangiogram was done.
It says the surgeon had difficulty getting the dye in and made 3 attempts and noted a filling defect was seen in the mid common bile duct. I was never told this. The radiology report also makes not of the filling defect.
My question is
Is it possible to have a stone stay in the duct for this long?
Is the cholangiongram considered abnormal?
Wouldn’t I be jaundiced if this was causing the pain? I read about Sphincter of Oddi and wondered if that could cause this but I don’t vomit so I’m not sure.
I also woneed if it is a bile duct injury that could cause this pain. It’s like havin a constant stich in your side and it radiates to my back and makes my back hurt and it hurts to move

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