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If I have pain in my right side but sometimes to the lower left, is it possible the left pain is a stone in my liver not gallbladder?

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Dr. Robert Dorsey
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In brief: Don't believe so

Llq pain in my experience is not caused by a stone in your liver nor your gall bladder. See a surgeon and have a work up.

In brief: Don't believe so

Llq pain in my experience is not caused by a stone in your liver nor your gall bladder. See a surgeon and have a work up.
Dr. Robert Dorsey
Dr. Robert Dorsey
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In brief: No

Although it is possible to form stones in the bile ducts of your liver, this is very very rare.

In brief: No

Although it is possible to form stones in the bile ducts of your liver, this is very very rare.
Dr. Michael Zadeh
Dr. Michael Zadeh
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In brief: Highly unusual

Have never seen left lower quadrant abdominal pain with cholelithiasis.

In brief: Highly unusual

Have never seen left lower quadrant abdominal pain with cholelithiasis.
Dr. Michael Sawyer
Dr. Michael Sawyer
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