After every meal or even a snack my back on the upper left side under near my shoulder blades kills me. It used to happen only when I overate but now it's all the time after anything I eat where it even hurts to move my left arm. I'm normal weight and good health.
I have been having the same pain. Left side of back after eating. I then started having nausia. Went for an ultrsound two days ago and was just diagnosed with polyps of the gallbladder. I don't know much about it. Just found out and am going to my doctor tomorrow to discuss.
Blood test reveal abnormal liver function. Have been sent for ultrasound of liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. Currently taking, Protonix, tramadol and allegra. Researched on line and found these could cause the problem, Any thoughts?
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