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Is some of the Pain from Gallbladder?

I suffer from upper back pain it is unbelievable at times.
Dealt with this for 20 years had an MRI they told me I had muscles and
ligaments that were tightened up in masses. If I had PT at the time a
post hit me into the ground then results would have been different.
Anyway I just after 4 doctors found out my Gallbladder is full of stones
and the Doctor feels like after surgery it will help with the pain in my upper
and lower back. Have any of you heard of that the pain radiating like that to
those areas?
So sorry you are all dealing with what you are.
I am writing this trying to figure out what I can do today to have a some what
Quality of Life.
Good Luck


  • Hope

    As your thoracic spine is there to protect your major vital organs I think it could easily be your gall bladder causing the problems. Remember I'm not a Dr but I agree with your Dr.

    I hope for your sake it is because they can do something about it. Gall stones are supposed to be incredibly painful.

    There is a cure on the internet my friend used and it worked. You have to look it up. It's Coka Cola and asparagus. He paid for it at the time as he was in so much pain.

    Look it up as someone has printed the cure for free. You have to know the quantities of each ingredient. He was in hospital for nearly a week where they were giving him painkillers then he got tired of it, went home, asked his wife to look up the internet for a cure and used it. The Coke breaks up the gallstones and the asparagus cleanses you system. He was ok within 3 days and had passed all the stones.

    If you don't want to try it they can operate for gall stones. I really hope for your sake that is the problem and not your back.

    They can fix it fairly easily and it could be causing your back pain.

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