Right Upper Quadrant (RUQ) pain seemingly unrelated to SFN
I was watching a YouTube video with a neurologist discussing how someone else's patient had r.u.q. pain (gallbladder location) They removed her gallbladder only to find out the pain was mistaken for sfn. I dont know why this is the case, direct pain or lack of healing from poor circulation? I have r.u.q. pain that comes and goes not related to eating. I passed gallbladder function test and nothing on scans. I also hurt my shoulder and hip after replacement that healed, however started to hurt again when i started feeling sfn start in my body. My symptoms were first high heart rate lightheadedness that got better then burning feet a month later. Anyone else experiencing seemingly unrelated pains? The shoulder pain is very intense that comes and goes full days. I don't know if its from not healing due poor circulation and or small fibers dying. It seems to hurt worse with use , but like a day later, never while i use it. Sfn is suppose to effect veins by not squeezing them (forcing blood into the head more ) but I don't know how cappilaries or poor circulation are relate to small fibers. Sleeping positions are a major issue in hip and shoulder pain.