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How to reduce abdominal pain after cholecystectomy?

hi, i have my gall bladder out 2 months ago, since than i feel a pain in the right upper abdomen till now. the pain is stiff when i breath deep. i have done an utrasound week ago and the doctor finds nothing. he told me that it is a post cholestholysis symtoms and gave me medicine rablet d, doverin 80 and udiliv 150, it gives me some releif but still i have a bit pain. should i take this drug or do some thing more? please suggest? i m 21years old and weight about 43 kg and i m a female.......
Tue, 3 Feb 2015
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Hi, dear.
I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern.
post cholecystectomy pain is common finding in practice.

you have few possibilities.

1. stone stucked in cystic duct stump
2. stone in common bile duct.
3. spasm of sphincter of oddi
4. peptic ulcer disease.
5. alkaline reflux.

your doctor prescribed a correct treatment and you will have relief after some time.

but if you don't get relief or symptoms worsens then you should for the gastrodusodenoscopy.

hope it will help you.

thanks
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How to reduce abdominal pain after cholecystectomy?

Hi, dear. I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern. post cholecystectomy pain is common finding in practice. you have few possibilities. 1. stone stucked in cystic duct stump 2. stone in common bile duct. 3. spasm of sphincter of oddi 4. peptic ulcer disease. 5. alkaline reflux. your doctor prescribed a correct treatment and you will have relief after some time. but if you don t get relief or symptoms worsens then you should for the gastrodusodenoscopy. hope it will help you. thanks