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for some time now I have been getting chest pains in the middle of my chest that go though to the back and onto the right side and felling sick some times being sick,these last for 5-6hours then the next day they still there but not as bad, it hurts in the middle of my chest to breath in deep, my doctor had said it was reflux but after some blood test I had very high lft results and a scan revealed I had 1  large gallstone after a couple of weeks my liver results are almost back to normal, but last night the pain returned and I was up for 5-6 hours with the pain and again today the pain is still in the back ground and it hurts in centre of chest to take a deep breath. Very confused and not sure what to do still under the doctor but he seems to just won't to wait, he's not sure is this reflux or gallstones or something else I am so tired any help would be great is there anyone with these symptom or can offer any help

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    Dear Charlotte

    I had a lot of discomfort and numerous tests, unfortunately nothing showed up until I had gallbladder removed and I was told it was infected. Since removal I do not suffer discomfort, if your symptoms persist always press for more tests. When I had gallbladder problem it did cause me to have pain through the right shoulder and pain on right side and discomfort in middle. sometimes the pain was very bad especially after fatty foods.

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      Thanks hope problem will now be sorted ended up in A&E with pancreatitis they say they will have to remove gallbladder when this settles in my hospital bed felling sorry for my self
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    sounds like gallstones [had my gallblader removed] the pains and feeling sick are what i had, go back to your Dr because it may get worse.
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