Have left side pain for 2 weeks,went to Dr. he said it was a pulled muscle, now i have pain below my bra and on my right side too. Also i have had chills for 3 days off and on, no fever. Had an ultrasound done today of my gall bladder, will know the results in 2 days. Lost of appetite, pain in back and in shoulder blades too. I had my ovaries and my uterius remove in 1992 so i have no female organs. I can't laid on my left side or my right side it hurts. Haven't hurt my self or i haven't fell. What could be my problem? I had my gall bladder check in 2004 and 2007 and today.Please help me .
This could indeed be gall bladder problem. Cholecystitis or inflammation of the gall bladder usually presents with abdominal pain that spreads to the back or below the right shoulder blade. This usually gets worse after eating fatty or greasy foods or occurs within minutes of a meal. Aside from the ultrasound, blood tests for amylase and lipase, bilirubin and complete blood count may also be done to hep with the diagnosis.
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