I had no stones, as confirmed by the ultrasound and CAT scan. However, my ejection fraction was below 30 percent, and doctors salivate over your gallbladder in that case, and every nurse and healthcare worker out there except my candida specialist say that gallbladder surgery is so common it's better to take it out and be safe than sorry. My argument to the surgeon was that the ejection fraction has been below 30 percent for ten years, why take it out now when I'm having a variety of symptoms that don't seem to relate to gallbladder that should be addressed first. He claimed the main problem was gallbladder. It was actually the metals poisoning. My symptoms were all fully explained by metals poisoning.