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    dwood316 posted:
    Yesterday I noticed something odd. I was drinking coffee like I do everyday,and I noticed a pain between my shoulder blades when I swalloed the coffee,granted it was kinda hot,but i've never felt that pain before. This happened just after I got up. Could it be my stomach acid,or something else? I've kinda had problems with it my whole life,but its never been bad.
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    earthmom7899 responded:
    Gallbladder. That back pain can be gallbladder. I get it when I eat cabbage. Different causes for different people. See your doctor if it persists.

    I love coffee, too. Never give up!


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