I have had pain in right side torso that has felt like galbladder attacks, but as my name would suggest I had my galbadder removed over the summer. The pain generates from under my ribs and can spread as much as three to four inches. These pains come with waves of naushea and headaches as well as pain in my back. Also these attacks happen most when I am in bed or sitting streched out. I also have a history of cystic ovaries and thought that may be the cause, but I would not think that pain would be so high up or mimic galbladder attacks. I have been taking Tremadol which I was prescribed for neck pain, but that has not helped much.
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