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replied May 1st, 2008
Appendix, Appendicitis, Gallbladder Disease Answer A4018
You didn’t describe the pain’s location very precisely (front, back, lower, upper…). It seems to me that you have the pain all the time. It is very hard to tell you the cause for your pain without clinical examination and additional examinations (ultrasound and standard blood laboratory).


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