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Question: Horrible pain in back and right side HELP No doc on weekend


 jz23qt - Sat Jul 16, 2005 1:40 pm

I started having a sharp pain in my upper right side of my back yesterday. it seemed worse after i ate and i had a lot of gas. At one point at work I got really hot like i was going to pass out. Today the pain is still there i feel it in my back and under my right rib cage. I do not have a fever thought i keep getting hot flashes. No diarrhea. The pain keeps spasming and fluttering. Can anyone have some insight to whats going on. i'm scared something is really wrong and i cant see my doc until monday?[/b]
 daelkin - Sun Oct 30, 2005 2:43 pm

sounds like it might be gallbladder related

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