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Ab Pain

I am 22 years old and just a year ago I got my gallbladder taken out because I was experiencing upper right quad. pain that would sometimes radiate over to my left side. After a year of getting my gallbladder out the pain is still present. For the past year I have had dull pain in the upper right quad and just ignored it to be side effects from getting my gallbladder out. But as of last night I have been getting waves of moderate-severe pain in my upper right quad. When I push on the pain it sends a shocking wave of pain up the the left middle chest. I called my doctor and he told me it could be from working out but I work out all the time and I know the difference between sore muscles and pain in my organs. Does anyone have any idea on what this might be and if I should be going to the ER?
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