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I am 49, male from the UK, and have been diagnosed with a min 24mm gallstone - everything else on the US was fine - as were a long list of blood tests.
The symptom I am having is constant pain from the gallbladder area when i either sleep on the fight hand side - or press the area with my fingers.
I am also having some softer than normal bowel movements - have had a FIT test and all ok.
I also have some pain in my lower right abdomen - but only when i bend forwards - ie putting on socks - doc thinks it is musculoskeletal related - although the pain seems related to the gallstone pain in intensity.
I have had a telephone consultation with a specialist - due to Covid-19 - and have been advised to cut out all fat and drink apple cider vinegar - and then reassess in 3 months.
I also have a small hiatus hernia - diagnosed by gastroscopy a couple of years ago, and take 20mg Rapebrazole to control the refliux.
Has anyone had similar symptoms or can offer any advice?
Thanks for your time in reading this.
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