Hi, I have had the same thing, gall bladder removed. It still persists. The pain is a constant dull pain and sometimes when bending over to tie my shoes ect.. I get a very harsh cramp in the URQ of the stomach. Please help if you have had any luck... Please
Hi, I hope you are all getting better, I just wanted to suggest that you try to stop drinking milk, at least for a few days and watch to see if the pain goes away. My lactose intolerance tends to give me the pain under the right ribs that you describe.
If you find that the milk is the problem, the best solution is lactase enzyme tablets, or just switch from eating cheese, milk products, etc to other alternatives. Get better!
Lena I too have everything you explained - had gall bladder removed and same pain. Have you ever figured out what the pain is??
I also had an ERCP which shows nothing wrong - well one thing but it still didn't take pain away? are you still online - pls write me ***@****
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