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I had my left kidney removed in May due to

I had my left kidney removed in May due to a malignant tumor. Due to prior surgeries, they had to make a large incision on my side (over 12 inches. I am feeling pain near the end of the incision near the stomach area. Could this be the result of an adhesion?
Wed, 10 Oct 2018
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