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URQ Abdominal pain every year
Thank you. I sometimes do eat fatty foods but have not seen any correlation when I eat. Also other times during the year I get no pain at all.
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@dk007, I just remembered that the first time I went to the ER with my horrible pain attack like you have, the ER doctor told me the pain was caused by a residual gallstone. I had never heard of their existence, but they are real…. His diagnosis turned out to be incorrect, but you may want to Google residual gallstones to learn more. Another ER doctor diagnosed a later attack as abdominal spasms. Bottom line: my attacks were coming from twisted bowel that resulted in a blockage.
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