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Old 03-11-08, 08:05 PM
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I hope you feel better soon.

That pain could be gallbladder or it could be an acid-reflux type pain. I'd lean more towards gallbladder though and would call the dr to check it out. It can get really painful if thats what it is and it continues unchecked. Hugs!
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Old 03-11-08, 09:36 PM
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I was going to post something like this on my DD board this morning. I was up all night with pain under my breasts and in the V of my ribcage. This morning it had spread down to my stomach and I was miserable. I went out to dinner for the first time in weeks since I have been so sick with this pg, and after reading the posts I'm thinking it was because of what I ate. I guess eating out for the first time in months will cause this. Maybe I should mention the pain to my OB at my 16 week check up next month?!
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Old 03-11-08, 11:48 PM
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I'd definately ask your ob about it because a large meal can cause a bad attack. I had a bad gallbladder attack after eating a meal of seafood that was drowned in butter. I went to the ER & thats when I found out what it was. Before that I had milder attacks that I thought were just from overeating.

BTW, anybody who thinks they may have gallstones should definately get it checked out. My hairdresser had them and almost waited too long to get it removed. It got infected & he could have died if he'd waited any longer. As it was, it had adheared to other organs because of the infection and he spent 2 wks in the hospital & has very ugly scar. Its normally removed by laprascopy & you are only in the hospital overnight with a few very small incisions.
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