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Posted by: helen | 2010-01-11

rt upper quadrant pain

severe pain under rt shoulderblade. slight nausea especially in afternoons. gallbladder removed in ' 78. Pain feels like it is deep inside not on surface

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Hallo Helen
A Pain in the shoulderblade could be from the lungs or referred pain from the diaphragm. Please see your doctor for examination and possible x/ray or sonar.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010-01-11

Hallo Helen
A Pain in the shoulderblade could be from the lungs or referred pain from the diaphragm. Please see your doctor for examination and possible x/ray or sonar.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010-01-11

Hallo Helen
A Pain in the shoulderblade could be from the lungs or referred pain from the diaphragm. Please see your doctor for examination and possible x/ray or sonar.
Dr Bets

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