I am 10 weeks pregnant.
I have severe gallbladder pain on my right side it radiates to my back and right breast. When i stand it hurts worse, i get headaches vomiting and dizzy. I seen a general surgeon yesterday he scheduled me a ultrasound for Thursday. I don't know what to do anymore I'm so sick and weak I can't keep nothing down, I can't take care of my 11 month old my Ob/gyn won't do anything, he just says keep taking Zofran and your 5mg of hydrocodone. It's not helping at all, I'm starting to get shoulder pain. My local emergency room just gives me fluids and sends me home. (small hospital in a small town no Ob/gyn floor or anything) should I go to a bigger hospital(30 minutes away) I feel like more should be done than giving fluids and sending me home! What should I do? All I can do is lay on my couch and constantly cry.
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