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    An_267685 posted:
    2 weeks ago went to er for unrelenting pain in left side back and abdomen...was sent home constipated. since then..that same pain has come and gone and still is present... now i have some pains on right side abdomen and my left side of pelvis...they ran bloodwork and exray. im currently and opiate addict and going to detox in 2 weeks because of my job it has prolonged this. im scared to go to hospital for few reasons....1...fear of surgery2.i dont want to be in the suffering from opiate sickness and going thru this as well.3 they dont always treat you the best when you give them the news you are a user...im so lost about this but my health is important...does anyone have any idea what this may be or any advice for me???


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