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I suffered a few episodes of pain under my right rub which radiated to my right shoulder. My GP sent me for an ultrasound scan which revealed a 2.5cm gallstone. When I went back for the results I expected the doctor to make some suggestions as to what to do about it. Instead of which this doctor (who I had never seen before) asked me what I wanted to do. Well knowing nothing about it I said I didn't know and with that the discussion virtually ended. She simply told me not to eat fatty foods. Fast forward to now, a couple of months later. The pain has become noticeably worse no matter what I eat, but what I can't figure out is why, when I'm in real discomfort, do my insides feel chilled? It's almost like the feeling when you're going down with the flu. I don't have any fever and no sickness but feel nauseous sometimes. Should I go back to the doctor? If so, what preparatory questions should I take with me? I'll be very grateful for any advice. Thank you in advance. Beth.
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