About Me: Female, 34, Thunder Bay, ON, member since Dec 2009
Mother of an exuberant 3 year old boy, been with my common law spouse for 7 years. I enjoy researching health and fitness and try but sometimes fail to incorporate it into my day to day life. Been recently told I have tonnes of gall stones in a healthy gall bladder, an
[More]d that the daily pain in my back, right shoulder and chest is caused by reflux.
Hey i actually have never been hunting outside of PA, so just white tail and turkey and such. My husband has gone several times to Idaho on Elk hunts and got one a few years back. I see you may have Gallstones, for your sake i hope ya do and they can simply get that gallbladder out! I hate the fact that all my tests keep coming back normal! Im sure it must be something Gallbladder related but all tests say no. Good luck with your pain and i hope it doesnt last too much longer!
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