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Post-op gallbladder removal pain

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I have had my gallbladder removed by larascopic method. It's been 13 days of my surgery and now I have this pinching burning sensation on the left side of my belly button, my cuts don't seem to be infected, but the pain is intense. Should I have this checked?


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replied April 20th, 2007
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Yes, you can consult your primary health provider or the surgeon who operated you in order to investigate the intense pain you are experiencing to the left of the navel.
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