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Breathing difficulty and abdominal pain post cholecystectomy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   HOw can I help you
User :   hi doctor this is xxxxx
Doctor :   Hello xxxxx .
Doctor :   How are you doing
User :   i had cholecystectomy in 2001 and now i am experiencing lot of pain in the right abdomen
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   At the same site or different
Doctor :   and what is the nature of the pain that you are having
User :   at the same site
Doctor :   ok
User :   i am unable to breathe i cannot bend if i stand straight the pain is releived
Doctor :   It could most probably be due to the Adhesion s that would have taken place from your previous surgery and that is not to be bothered about unless the pain is excruciating and requires medical attention
Doctor :   ok
User :   ok
User :   what is your name doctor and what do you specialise in
Doctor :   the difficulty in breathing that you have mentioned is it all the time or other wise less and aggrevated on doing some activity
Doctor :   Dr. xxxxxk General Practitioner

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