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Brazoria county, TX
A 29-year-old female asked:

shoot pain from pelvis to rib cage . any idea what it could be?

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Dr. Charles Miller
Orthopedic Surgery 43 years experience
Lots of possibility: You first have to determine if the pain is coming from inside or outside of your abdomen. It could be abdominal wall pain from strain or from an inflammatory issue from your gut. It could be due to an internal organ problem. If it has persisted for a while, get it checked. Never assume it'll go away if it has prompted you to ask the question here. Good luck.

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