Hi, I've been having upper right quadrant pain for nearly 5 months now. It comes and it goes, but at times it's nearly enough to bring me to my knees. My doctor performed an ultrasound, EGD, blood tests, and a few others, and everything came back normal. In an attempt to stop the pain, they removed my gallbladder. It seemed to help a little, but the pain is still there. I'm not nauseous, I have normal bowel movements, I haven't suffered a lack of appetite, or any fever or chills. I don't drink excessively (maybe one drink a week, if that).
Hard to say, maybe suggest a MRI/Scan with contrast to see if they find something. Do you remember any possible accident or injury u may have had and blew it off around the time the pain started. Sometimes the dumbest thing like tying shoes and you feel a "twinge" in your back. You chalk it up to being nothing and 6mo later you find out that you have a slipped disc or something. Good luck... Broke Homey
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