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Gallbladder scan negative, still getting pain

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  • Posted By: ssarah30
  • May 20, 2008
  • 04:52 AM

Please help. I've had my ultrasound scan today and the radiographer said that there were no Gallstones present. I have been having the same upper abdominal pain on my right side with back pain for about 6 months now, the worst was the other week when I finally went to my doctor and she suspected Gallstones. The pain was unbarable ( Like a contraction ) and then pain down my shoulder blades and feeling sick. I have to go back to my doctors next week for the results but I'm so worried because if it's not Gallstones what else could it be? I am overweight but have been on a low fat diet for about a month and lost a stone. Could the Gallstones pass through? And has anyone else had this problem?

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  • i just took my friend 12-20-08 for the same pain and sonogram and ex rays came back negative she was told there was nothing wrong with her....i read in my book called eat right for your blood type there is different cures for different blood types...i gave her lemon juice in water with olive oil and she passed 4 gall bladder stones...it also worked for her kidney stones a while back....i thought it was another kidney stone but it wasnt....now she is better
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    • December 23, 2008
    • 09:10 PM
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