Owwww.....I feel your pain! I used to have horrendous gallbladder attacks when I still had a gallbladder. The longest one I ever had lasted about
8 hours, so if you're 6 hours into it, it's possible
by the time you get to the ER and get seen, you'll be feeling better. Of course, it's possible that I'm totally wrong about
that, because what's normal for me may not be normal for you....but my experiences at ERs make me think that you'll have to wait hours to actually get any treatment once you get there, unless you are lucky enough to live in a small town where the ER is not busy.
Sorry that I don't have any great advice to offer you! It's true that pain medication never touched gallbladder pain for me....I just had to tough it out every time. The only thing that worked was having it removed.
Wishing you the best....praying that you're feeling better already!
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