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Upper stomache pain which radiets to back.Hurts.To inhale stabbing pain but have no gallbladder.?
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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Needs a work up
Stomach pain is actually a complex sx, that has many causes.
With your description, a few entities come to mind: a stomach ulcer that penetrates causing pain radiation to the back; a problem with the pancreas, an organ tucked near the stomach area; a retained stone in the gall bladder duct (yes, after gb surgery). This may be a heart problem, like pericarditis, or angina. Get ye to a physician.

In brief: Needs a work up
Stomach pain is actually a complex sx, that has many causes.
With your description, a few entities come to mind: a stomach ulcer that penetrates causing pain radiation to the back; a problem with the pancreas, an organ tucked near the stomach area; a retained stone in the gall bladder duct (yes, after gb surgery). This may be a heart problem, like pericarditis, or angina. Get ye to a physician.
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