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spine pain instantly relieved by throwing up

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In 2008 i started to have spine pain(right in the middle) of my spine. This occured only after eating a big meal, the only solution to ease my pain would be to throw up. Almost immediate relief. So i go to the dr and he doesnt know whats wrong. Fast forward to 2010 and i get the most gnarliest side pain i ever feel in my life. So i go to the ER and get diagnosed with gaulstones. After learning about this my dr says that my spine pain is probably caused from the gaulbladder, but its not the usual right side shoulder blade pain. My pain is literally in the middle of my spine and i know its not muscle pain cause i have full range of motion and could work out and be active if i wanted.(ive been on snowboarding trips since no back pain) It feels like the middle of my spine is like trying to eat itself or something. So i keep putting up with the pain,until i got my gaulbladder out on 10-31-2016 the last couple days at night i have been getting the same spine pain but without eating?

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replied November 9th, 2016
Gallbladder Disease Answer A59364
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

Well, if the pain is persisting, it can be related to spine. There may be some problem with the discs or a nerve may be trapped or there may be arthritis of any vertebral joint. You need a spine X-ray to begin with. Please consult a spine specialist.

IBS, gas and severe acidity may also cause referred pain to spine. So please get this checked as well. Hope this helps. Take care!

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