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How are you? Prior to removal of gallstones,I recommend that you discuss this first with your attending physician. Seeking another doctor's opinion may indeed be beneficial if you feel you are just getting medications instead of definitive management. Hang on and stay positive always. Take care and best regards.
Thanks for the response. I have an appointment next Tuesday.
I just want some relief. Like tonight. I was going to the store (5 blocks) on my bike and a zap of pain hit more lower abdomen and threw me onto a 2 high block wall and my cane went into the street. Fortunately, a driver saw it and helped me out. Just too many days of this.
Again, I''m glad to be part of this community now and to hear encouragement.
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