7 days post op - pains returned ??

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7 days post op and have gnawing stomach ache and back shoulder pain , stone left behind or normal ?

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    Awww Rachel give yourself time love you have had a major operation with people messing you around on a very hard operating table. It took me at least 3 weeks to feel pain free but if your worried go and see you GP and he will put your mind at ease. Sandy xxx
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      Thank you for your kind reply .  I am just worrying a rogue gall stone has been left behind .  Have been so poorly . Lost 4 stone in as many months and am impatient to be well ! I will have to be more  patient it seems  and give myself time to adjust .  Just having replies has reassured me . Thank you . 
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      Oh it's very understandable that your feeling like this but I am sure there is nothing to worry about love try not to stress too much that can make you feel poorly. Take care let me know how you go on ok? XXXX

       

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    Shoulder pain is normal just walk as much you can, pain related to remaining gas doctor fill during operation , some amount might stay and should go by time...

    To make the recovery faster and finish from this gas just walk we all have this

    Good luck in you recovery

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    I  would say probably normal.  I am in my sixth week after surgery and until this week had had no pain free days.  Good luck 
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