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Gallbladder removed 5 months ago. RUQ abdominal pain with middle right side pain and middle back pain. Nausea also. What could this be?

Gallbladder removed 5 months ago. RUQ abdominal pain with middle right side pain and middle back pain. Nausea also. What could this be?

Biliary colic: Even though gall bladder removed, you can still get bile sludge or gall stones which can cause your symptoms or even pancreatitis. See a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more

Dr. Qamar Khan
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Pain In The Back (Definition)

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Pulsating feeling in upper abdomen above navel had been experiencing pain in upper stomach recently as well as middle back pain and nausea?

Pulsating feeling in upper abdomen above navel had been experiencing pain in upper stomach recently as well as middle back pain and nausea?

See doc: It is hard to say what this could be. If the pain is bad, go to the ER! Otherwise get it checked out this week with your doc. If you are thin it is common to feel pulsations, but it can be something else and when combined with mid back pain, the worry about an aneurysm leaps to mind (although very uncommon). Best bet is to get checked out. It's clear that something is wrong. Good luck! ...Read more

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Could my liver be the cause of middle to lower back pain and nausea?

Could my liver be the cause of middle to lower back pain and nausea?

Possibly: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Been suffering with middle and lower back pain and nausea. Can this be caused by liver problems?

Been suffering with middle and lower back pain and nausea. Can this be caused by liver problems?

Not likely: It is not likely unless there are reason for you to thing otherwise. More history needed. Pain in the back can be l related to abdominal problems but a medical examnination is advised to sort that issue out. ...Read more

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What causes back pain and nausea?

What causes back pain and nausea?

Back pain nausea: The differential diagnosis includes gall bladder disease, gastritis, ulcer, pancreatitis, and kidney disease including stones as just a few. Needs history physical supporting blood, urine studies and radiology to arrive at diagnosis. ...Read more

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I been feeling nausea,full, back pain what does that mean?

Lots of things: There are so many possibilities that it would be a good idea to see your MD. For starters, check a pregnancy test. Next you may be having a GI virus, food poisoning or a UTI. Thus a thorough evaluation is in order, in the meantime hydrate and rest.If symptoms remain too troublesome go to urgent care ...Read more

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I have lower left side back pain with nausea 25yr female ?

I have lower left side back pain with nausea 25yr female ?

Back pain: Back pain associated with nausea or vomiting, occurs with kidney stones,but can occur with gall stones,pancreatic disorders, some peptic ulcers, abdominal aneurysms or may be due to lumbosacral or disc disorders. More information is needed in order to advise you,but if you're having severe distress ,get evaluated by a physician and appropriate tests will be ordered. ...Read more

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I use icy hot for back pain and experience nausea a few hours later. Is that weird? What else should I use for back pain? Thanks.

I use icy hot for back pain and experience nausea a few hours later. Is that weird? What else should I use for back pain? Thanks.

Back Pain: Back pain can be treated with ice or a hot shower, as well as tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen (if you are not allergic and it is not contraindicated). Massage is another treatment which can help. Nausea could be from the smell of the icy hot or even from the back pain itself. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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