back/shoulder??

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If your right sided back/shoulder ache is with your gallbladder/gallstones would it hurt if you shrug or flexed your shoulders back etc or done anything physical?

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    Hi yes i have pain if i do too much walking,griipping pain around upper quadrant and when i lean over
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    Mine feels mechanical or muscular but i have saw an osteopath and currently seeing a chiropractor and it's still there.
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    IYou know for sure you have gallstones? If so, then it probably is your gallbladder in my opinion. Only a doctor can tell you that...
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    I know i have a gallstone which i have known about for 12 years.
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      Then you need them out!! Get to the doctor and have that surgery and a lot of your pain will be gone. Hopefully, you do not have one stuck in your bile duct. Do you have nausea with the pain or even vomiting? You need to get those ou asap!
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    It started a few months ago after i had alcohol i was up all night feeling sick and then the next day i projectile vomitted. I had nausea on and off after that and then this back/shoulder ache constantly. Had my bloods done and all ok and gp says acid reflux.
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