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What does it mean when I have constant sharp pains inside me, tylenol helps a little, and I have a sluggish emptying of the gallbladder if

that helps/ my pains are on both sides. left side is: left pectoral thru my underarm, to my back, down lower by my hip feels tight and has some stinging, Middle: on and off little stinging pains, and on the tip of my manhood, Right side is: next to my belly button is tight, I feel bubbleing near there sometimes, and near my rib cage is kinda painfull, then random pains(sometimes) like my right heel, my hands and my pecks by my pits, and my arms./ I'm only 14 not over weight it's been about 2 months. and slowly got worse I'm going to an internal specialist in 2 days, but I want to know if it's FATAL!?!? or if I need surgery is there a way to fix it without surgery or any advice. thanks you so much for you time god bless you and please be easy to understand

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Go to the specialist. It's either a hernia, gallstones or kidney stones. Ouch & good luck. You'll be fine. Generally surgery is required in most of the symptoms you described, but, I am not a doctor.

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Thank you and I dnt have gallstone I know and if it was stones or a hernia, would it possibly make my hand foot and back constantly hurt constantly , and do you know a good way to relive pain. Thanks again I'm really nervous.
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It's normal to be nervous. Just wait for the specialist. You'll feel relieved after you know the real reason. You're only 14 & can recover (if you have to have surgery) a lot faster than someone who's in their 50's. Good luck & I'll pray for you.
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It may just be a pinched nerve. A way to relieve pain is not easy. Pain pills just mask the pain so you don't care. Just get real treatment. There's always Advil & do stretching exercises.
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