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    Old 05-17-2019, 09:44 AM   #1
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    URQ discomfort

    After my surgery I had transient nausea for almost 8 months although it eventually resolved. Unfortunately 5 years later I am experiencing it again along with some URQ discomfort thinking this may be a bile duct issue that I am hoping will end without any sort of intervention.

     
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    Old 05-18-2019, 07:16 AM   #2
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    Re: URQ discomfort

    MiniGuy, go see a GI doctor, a Gastroenterologist... you should not have this type of nausea and if it is a bile duct issue, it will not heal on it's own. Chances are it is unrelated, possibly some sort of gerd or reflux...a GI doctor can scope you, find out if it is a bile duct issue and give you relief.
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    Old 05-19-2019, 04:47 AM   #3
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    Re: URQ discomfort

    I just had a yearly physical with my internist. Along with blood work was a chest x-ray, an ultrasound, and finally an MRI for this and another issue, all were unremarkable. I do have a hiatal hernia and GERD well controlled with a PPI. To add some information, I am a 71 year old male and walk about 40 or 50 miles a week. After laying off of this regime for a few days, I found the URQ pain has disappeared and the nausea has decreased a good deal. So it is likely that these symptoms are not gallbladder related, more rib or abdominal muscle related. Still a bit of morning empty stomach nausea, but this dissipates. No doubt the GERD and hernia may play somewhat of a roll and this is just 'old guy' stuff that one learns to live with.
    Thank you for your suggestions!

     
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