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I had my gallbladder removed with keyhole surgery over 6 years ago, which was found to be totally normal with no stones or sludge. I have had the same pain for over 20 years with no clue as to what is the cause. Had a Nissens fundoplication op in case it was acid reflux but had that reversed as it was not the cause. Still had the pain. It goes from right side where gall bladder was up to right shoulder to the back and sometimes right over to the right side in the front. Had so many scans and endoscopies all to no avail. Am at wits end as it seems to be getting much worse and everything I eat causes pain. I have been on anti depressants which do not help and my doctor seems unable to do anything more. Have been to Harley street and a professor up at Guildford hospital and no one knows what to do. Rely on stron pain killers which are becoming less and less effective. Someone please tell me what is going on in my body.
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