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Re: pain where gallbladder used to be after surgery
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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: pain where gallbladder used to be after surgery

If you had internal bleeding, you may have scar tissue from where the bleeding irritated the delicate internal tissues, and the body reabsorbed the blood. Scar tissue does not have the same elasticity as normal tissue and so pulls causing pain and discomfort.

The abdominal cavity has fewer nerves than other areas of the body, and so gives vague symptoms vs the more specific information the skin would give, if disturbed, for example.

A chiropractor or cranialsacral therapist can stretch that tissue, if that is what it is, and perhaps alleviate your pain.

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