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Hard lump on belly, breathlessness. History of cancer and gall bladder removal

hi my name is sylvia i had my gaullbladderremoved 7 mths ago i have a large hard lump in my belly and feel 7mths pregnant i ma60 and very short of breath and energy i had cancer 3 yrs ago and had a mri scan done in april this year thank god no cancer but the lump showed up and a clot where the gaullbladder was removed no seems to be bothered only me is this normal /? SORRY I CANT PAY FOR YOUR ANSWER AND I AN ON BENIFITS SORRY I WAISTED YOUR TIME THANK YOU ANYWAY I JUST TOUGHT I COULD GET AN ANSWER THANY YOU SYLVIA
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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the scar or fibrous tissue formed after the surgery sometines feel like lump
n my opinion if there is no problems with this you dont have to worry
need low protein high fiber diet with plenty of fluid
no oily spicy greesy and fatty foods
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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