... procedures, had my Gall Bladder removed and have relatively pain free. Until recently i have had a soreness/tenderness in upper abdomen and i am fearfull this has somehing to do with another attack. It is not the pain associated with the previous attacks that i was hospitalized for but still am worried. Yes, maybe i should go see my doctor. :)))
Yep, I agree a doctor might be in order. I just learned today from my doctor that you can have gall stones even though you no longer have a gall bladder. Passing a gall stone can be painful. Please consult your physician as soon as possible if the pain doesn't go away.
My kids grandma had a bad problem about ten yrs ago with her pancrease they had to give her meds for helping she started having to much bile and it still sometimes gives herr probs as well and they also check her colon I would definatly think you should talk to your dr hae a few test done check for inflamation. You may just need a new med to calm it down. But the stress of worrying I'm sure is aggervating itbmore than not knowing you have handled it before only this time you know what to expect you can deal with this better this time. I'm sure your worrying will be an overexaggeration from fear. Dnt be scares everything is gonna be alright. Let us know what the dr says. Soak in a nice bath relax and try not to stress take care. Y/f jaime }litlmommag
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