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I have noticed lately that when I cry because this is getting me down i get a crampy pain on my right hand side in my chest kind of maybe under my ribs. I also get the same pain in the same spot when I gag(sorry) is this familia? Of gallbladder issues?

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    Hi Rochelle,

    I definetly get this Checked out at your GPs/Doctors,

    and if they try to fob you off with Acid Refux Issures, then you have a right to demand investigation with a Gallbladder Consultant, its your body hun & if you feel all is not right then don't wait get it Sorted!!

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    Thats awful,

    You no what I,ve learnt over the years is to stand my ground & Insist you want somthing done & want it done now, not a year later, you have a right Rochelle Just remember your as Important as anyone else in that Surgery & you no whats right & whats wrong with your own body,  Also all GP surgeries should have a written complaints procedure usally at the Respection area  or on the practice website. of your GPs Practice, you can also speak to the Practice manager & make a complaint that way, However, if you feel too uncomfortable to complain to the practice manager  directly then you can make a complaint to the commissioner of the services instead. Epecailly if after your Scan & they do find anything wrong after a year of you Complaining & you having to Suffer with Pain, You have Rights as a Paitent we all do,

    Hope you get to the bottom of whats causing you ill health Rochelle sooner than later!!

    Let us no what Happens

    All the Best x

     

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