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Pain near kidney to belly button, pulling sensation, tingling. Gall bladder removed. Scan report normal. Reason?

I ve had pain that radiates from my thoracic area around my waist near my kidneys to my belly button with pulling sensations and tingling . Although I have had kidney stones it doesn t seem associated. I did have my gall bladder out over 25 years ago with major surgery and wondering if it could be scar tissue or adhesions. Scans showed nil.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Thank you for the query.As your scan shows nill report there might be chance of renal colic which some times presents as the same that you have mentioned.I suggest you for consultation with a nephrologist so that if the stone is too large and cant be excreted then they must be removed soon.I advice you drink lots of water and avoid calcium rich foods.Thank you.
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