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    Gallbladder Removed 3 years ago and I still feel the same pain
    An_247833 posted:
    I had my gallbladder removed in 2009 and the same pain from recovery still persist. I have seem so many doctors to rule out what it is and the most the doctor can say is that I might have scar tissue. I've pain everyday for 3 years and it's frustrating and depressing. I have add every test you can think of and they can't find anything. But the pain persist the pain under my breat and radiates to the back and during my mentrual it tends to hurt more! Is anyone out there experiencing this. I'm so tired of going to the doctor and looking crazy when the test come back for sonograms, MRI, endoscopys,xray's etc and nothing comes up! Im ALWAY nauses it's awful.

    Just wondering if anyone esle is experiencing pain several years after gallbladder surgery?

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