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Pregnant. Intense stabbing pain between breasts at night. History of gallbladder removal. Reason?

I am 31 wks preg have stabbing pains between my breasts almost at the bottom of my sterum been going on for 3mobths but last wk has become more intense and often I have tried gavoscone but seems not to be working. Bout a yr and half ago I had my gallbladder out and the pain is almost the same just not as extreme. Come more at night say 6pm and stays till late morning. What could thus be
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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The pain that you have described could be due to acute gastritis or a lung pathology or a hiatus hernia. If the pain is persistent then investigations like ultrasound scan, endoscopy and blood tests are entailed.
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Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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