There is much more harm done to your pancreas and liver if you remove the gallbladder than you could possibly do even if you had gallstone attacks. I lived through over 40 painful gallstone attacks before I did my liver flushes. After my first flush I never suffered an attack again. Besides, if you have an attack even without liver flushing, you can easily avoid this affecting your pancreas (see The Amazing Liver & Gallbladder Flush). In any case, most stones (non-calcified) occur in the liver, and only relatively few are in the gallbladder. Your calcified stones are actually quite small and would come out easily, although it is impossible or predict during which liver flush they will come out. The pain in the right shoulder and leg areas are related to the liver/gallbladder issue.