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    Right upper back pain
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    tirednhurting posted:
    I have had upper pain under the right side of my rib for the last few days and I do not know what has happened. I had a kidney infection a week ago but better now. I also have Autoimmune Pancreatitis that is rare and I was wondering if this could be kidney stones or liver? My liver enzimes were high for the first time about 6 weeks ago but I stopped drinking and I thought I was getting better, Please help
     
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    robinwilliams responded:
    I am sorry, I have had never heard of Autoimmune Pancreatitis before. I think you could use an advice of an orthopedic doctor . wishing you good luck.


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