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Gallbladder inflammation, feels full, fatigue, back pain, constipation, diarrhoea, nausea, and throwing up, appendix, ovary and fallopian tube removed

i think i might have gallbladder infimation or gall stones i dont have insurance and im always full ,faugtige,pain raidantly in my back and i also have it come from the right rib cage and hurt on the front of my rib cage and it goes up my back i have bad pains, constipation and then diarear, nausea, and throwing up . and indigestion burping im sick of being sick they have in my past took out my ependics, my overies, and my flopiane tubes so im not pregnant i am so tired of this pain HELP ME
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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I am very sorry that you are having so many disturbing symptoms which is making you feel very sick. You have not mentioned your age which is very important in the diagnosis of your problem. With the available symptoms it doesn't appear that you have gall stones or its inflammation. Any how you may atleast need a USG scan of abdomen to rule it out. All your symptoms seem to be because of the artificial menopause created by the removal of both your ovaries. You have to visit a gynecologist for your problem who may prescribe you low dose of 'hormone replacement therapy". wish you a speedy recovery.

Dr. Mohammed Ibrahim
Surgical Oncologist
Answered: Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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