Yes I too have about 6 small 10mm calcified Gallstones that sit in the base of my gallbladder but don't cause any problems. However, according to a CT scan my bile ducts show crystallisation of bile taking place in the bile ducts and this appears to be the main problem. It is hyper-lithogenic because a chemical that acts as a detergent to keep the bile fully liquid isn't being re-adsorbed by the intestines and the liver cannot make sufficient to keep up with demand. The Liver Flush has its limitations because I have flushed 169 times now (over 10 years plus) and the calcified stones are still there. Despite this I am amble to keep the bile ducts free from sludge most of the time but occasionally there is a log jam at this point I will flush. It wasn't until I started taking UDCA at a high dose for 3 months and using a modified Liver Flush that the most difficult stone finally came out. I gave me a day of excruciating pain and jaundice. Since that date I have not had chronic gallbladder pain, just some twinges from time to time.
Do you know is you have gallbladder wall thickening and whether it is at the fundus or sides of the gallbladder as this is a good guide to how hard the gallbladder is pushing. If thickening is restricted to the fundus it indicates other problems besides gallstones.