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Chronic right sided back pain, radiating to buttocks. Due to gall stones?

just came back from radiology and they told me I have a handful, and then some of gallbladder stone and can t make out what it says on the paper but he wrote down 9mm, I have this chronic pain the right side but in the back down to my butt could the stone project all the way down to the butt cheek, and are 9mm big stone?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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looking at the history pain in back radiating to the buttocks is not due to gall stones but because of lumber spine . gall stone finding is incidental .
kindly consult orthopedic surgeon get your spine examined .
Answered: Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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