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Stomach pain, cramps before periods, nausea, dehydration, gallbladder wall thickening

Daughter, mother and visitor - going on for several months now.. stomach pain right before number 2 and severe cramping. Also, right before periods on both young girls severe cramping, throwing up and dehydration . We all have been to the emergency room . Scans later.. nothing.. just thicking of gallbladder wall. but no diognoses or help..
Asked On : Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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Thank you asking HCM
with regards to your pain it may be related with gallbladder problem.
Thicking of gallbladder wall is a sign of gallbladder infection.
You should ask your physician If there is any other sign of infection at your blood work.
wishing you all the best
Answered: Mon, 31 Mar 2014
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