sudden onset of pain

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I've been gallbladder free since November. Post op everything went pretty straight forward and generally I've been much improved. However, just the last few days I've been getting a sharp stabbing pain coming from (non) gallbladder. Could this still be healing pains?

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    I had mine out in 2004. About 6 months ago I started having cramps on my right side where the gb was. This almost puts me on the ground! Dr. says could be adhesions. I am going to have this checked out.  wink
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      Thanks. I was thinking it could be scar tissue related. Although not quite as bad as a gallbladder attack, and quite different, this pain is very uncomfortable. Hey ho back to the Dr I go!
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    I am same I had mine out since November and I had a niggling groin pains and similar coming from gallbladder area to groin like a kind of pulling pain, a bit sharp but sometimes constant, it been going on now for about 3 weeks on and off, I have heard that there is a meridian nerve that takes some time to heal in this area when you have the gallbladder out but if it goes on more than another 2 weeks I am going to check with the doctor. Stella
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    I had my GB out in February 2013 on Valentines Day. I was fine after, everything went well procedure wise and all that. I healed up and have since learned quite quickly what can and cannot be tolerated by my body. However in the last month Ive been experiencing gut wrenching pain in my stomach area. Almost like Im being stabbed repeatedly. sad I dont know if this i normal or not but it makes me double over sometimes. And the fact that Im a cashier and this often happens when Im at work isnt a good thing either. Can someone help me with this because Im lost....thought the surgery was supposed to make things better....waste of money?
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