on 9-9-09 i had my galblatter removed,i also had what the doctor call a bile duct by pass. the doctor told me i had a narring in my bile duct nerar my pancerias.after the surgary i was doing well i thought it was finaly going to be over.two weeks later i started having what i call very sever spasmes in my upper middle stomac just under my where my ribs conect.the surgary was open surgary not lipo.i have had many test trying to find out just what is going on and ever tast came back showing every thing to be fine? the only way i make it through each day is taking antispasem and pain meds.if i dont take them and i mean every day these spasems occor over and over all day every day.they are so bad that when they hit i cant move breath or do anything until they pass in 1to2 minuts. or i just dont think i would live if they lasted longer .i dont know if i can fully explain allthis. but mabe you get the severty of the pain and what i am saying. please excuse my spelling i know it is not very good. please do you have any idea what this is or what to do. I WONT MY LIFE BACK SO BAD PLEASE HELP.
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