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I had my gallbladder removed on the 1st August.
Since around November I have had a pulling pain, sharp, uncomfortable feeling around that area.
The kind of pain for example if you stub your toe and you hold your foot to make it feel better, it's like I need to hold the area, but obviously can't because it is inside. And also my bowel movements are very more frequent and mainly loose and mostly painful before I actually go to the loo.
It's especially bad when I do any yoga, exercise involving stretching and after eating a big meal.
I thought this was a muscle thing at first, but I believe its something deeper inside..
I haven't spoken to anyone about this as I feel I put my family through hell when I was ill as my aunt passed away (mums sister) from gallbladder/pancreatitis infection 13 years back. I feel like I am becoming a pain.. Always complaining i am embarrassed that after the surgery I'm now having something else ... I don't know what to do?
I have spoken to a client who is a ex nurse and she said possibly about something like the scar tissue inside has attached itself to my bowel somehow?
I have made a doctor appointment for Monday morning to speak to someone.. I just wanted some advice
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