October of 06 my doctor removed my gallbladder because it didn't work. I had to go through hell in order for them to even start running test on me. It wasn't until I got real sick that they ran the test and about 8 month later they found out what was wrong or so they thought. Months after the surgery the pain has came back full force and now it is mostly in the area of the pancreas. I was never diagnosed with having Pancreatitis but I do have all the symptoms. I have never dunk alcohol or smoked. My doctor is puzzled and now thinks it's all in my head. Has anyone had any problem with there gallbladder along with there pancreas?
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