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My partner had her Gall Bladder removed on Oct. 9th,

My partner had her Gall Bladder removed on Oct. 9th, she was released on the 11th went back to ER on the 14th with chest pains the ER said it was a panic attack sent her home now on the 15th she woke up puking up what looks like coffee grounds and is black. what could be wrong and what do we do?
Fri, 19 Oct 2018
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